Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May launches her leadership bid for Britain's ruling Conservative Party in London, Thursday, June 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Support grew Friday for British interior minister Theresa May's bid to succeed premier David Cameron and lead the country out of the EU, after Boris Johnson's shock withdrawal from the race.EU leaders have called for a swift divorce following last week's seismic vote, fearful of the impact of Britain's uncertain future on economic growth and a potential domino effect in euroskeptic member states.The outcome of the June 23 vote unleashed the worst chaos in living memory in British politics, with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's leadership also under threat and Scotland's government fighting for independence to keep its EU membership.The bitterly divisive campaign also exposed rifts within Labour, where Corbyn has been heavily criticized for his lukewarm advocacy of the campaign to stay in the EU.The referendum outcome triggered anger among those who wanted to remain in the EU.The five Conservative leadership candidates will be whittled down to two by a series of ballots by party MPs in the coming days before being put to a vote of party members.
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