Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street in London, to address Parliament on Britain's European Union referendum choice to leave, Monday, June 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Britain could have a new prime minister by early September, the ruling Conservative Party said on Monday, after David Cameron started laying the groundwork for his successor to trigger the country's exit from the European Union.The government is under pressure to fill a vacuum left when Cameron announced he would resign by October after Britain ignored his advice and voted to leave the 28-member bloc in last week's referendum.We would like a resolution and we think it would be a good thing to conclude this process as soon as we practicably can," Brady told Sky News.He said there should be no new parliamentary election before Britain had negotiated the terms of its exit from the EU.Instead, Cameron urged unity both in government and in the country and had announced he had set up an advisory unit to help manage Britain's departure from the European Union and to make sure his successor has all the possible information necessary to decide the country's future.
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