Theresa May's cabinet choices show she is more focused on Conservative Party cohesion than the future of Britain, according to the president of the European Parliament.
Martin Schulz said the European Parliament would "work constructively" with the new government, but attacked what he called the "dangerously vicious cycle" of Tory leaders putting political interests first.
Mr Schulz said the composition of the new cabinet "shows that the focus is less on the future of the country but more about satisfying the internal cohesion of the Tory Party".
"Unfortunately, this carries on from what has been the starting point of this unfortunate referendum in the first place," he said.
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