Theresa May will authoritatively venture down as the pioneer of the Conservative Party today however will stay as PM until her successor is picked.
May reported her acquiescence two weeks prior, saying it involved profound lament that she had been unfit to convey Brexit. Eleven Conservative MPs are competing to supplant her as gathering pioneer and at last, executive.
Assignments open from 10:00 BST on Monday and shut down at 17:00 BST that day. Mrs May stays acting pioneer while the challenge happens. Administration hopefuls need eight MPs to back them. MPs will at that point vote in favor of their favored applicants in a progression of mystery tallies to be hung on 13, 18, 19 and 20 June.