Britain's Justice Secretary, Michael Gove, delivers his speech after announcing his bid to become Conservative Party leader, in London, Britain July 1, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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The favorites to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron pushed Friday for a delay in initiating Britain's talks to leave the EU as French President Francois Hollande insisted "Brexit" cannot be canceled or delayed.Britain has been plunged into extraordinary political turmoil since Britons voted by 52 percent in favor of leaving the European Union, with the ruling Conservatives and opposition Labour party in disarray and the country deeply polarized.Justice Minister Gove, who torpedoed fellow anti-EU campaigner Boris Johnson's leadership hopes Thursday, also said he would pull Britain out of the single market, end free movement of people and impose a new immigration system favoring skilled workers.The outcome of the June 23 vote unleashed the worst chaos in British politics in living memory, with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's leadership also under threat and Scotland's government fighting for independence to keep its EU membership.
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