Lord Dholakia, the Deputy Leader of Liberal Democrats at House of Lords, says the new prime minister Theresa May will unify the country to face the challenges created by Brexit….reports Asian Lite News. He also said the EU referendum was unnecessary and Mr May should face an election to get legitimacy’
“We all wish Theresa May well in her new job, says Lord Dholakia, the Deputy Leader of Liberal Democrats at House of Lords, in a statement. “Her primary task is to steady the Tory ship as past events have demonstrated the sheer bloodbath at the top tier of her Party. I am sure the new Prime Minister has the ability and toughness to bring the warring factions together.
“David Cameron will go down in history as someone who came so close to breaking up the United Kingdom by promising a referendum which was so unnecessary. Theresa May’s main task is to unite the country and negotiate the best terms for our departure from the European Union. As Home Secretary of long standing she has learnt the lesson of not making promises on immigration she could not deliver. Migration debate will continue to surface again and again. Cool heads are required. Let us hope that she will take control of relentless attacks on our diverse community in this country.
“We now await the announcement of the new Cabinet. We also hope that the General Election is will be held in not too distant a future as legitimacy of her position needs the approval of the country.”