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Anne-Marie Trevelyan - the MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed - has praised the outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron.
He's all set to hand over to Theresa May later this evening (13th July).
Mrs Trevelyan, who had signed a letter asking the PM to stay on regardless of the result of his referendum, was in the Commons as he chaired his last PMQs session.
Anne-Marie said she already had a list of what she wanted Mrs. May to work on:
“Theresa May will need to continue to work on the key election pledges on which the Conservative Government was elected. T
op of my list are improving broadband provision in our rural communities, continuing the road investment scheme, strong support for farmers as we transition to a bespoke system which suits their needs post-Brexit, and ensuring we build more homes in places which complement existing communities.
There is a lot of work to do, but our new Prime Minister has my full support as she takes us through this challenging but exciting time.”
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