Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to pupils during a visit to Reach Academy Feltham, in south west London, Britain July 12, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Matthews
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Cameron will step aside on Wednesday after losing the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union. The next prime minister, Theresa May, is seeking to calm the country, and financial markets, after upheaval following the unexpected result.Ministers -- including May -- gathered for Cameron's 215th and final weekly Cabinet session Tuesday, the day after she was confirmed as the new Conservative leader and prime minister-in-waiting.Osborne and May cited Cameron's achievements including legalizing same-sex marriage, reform of schools and an increased minimum wage -- but Britain's relationship with Europe looks set to define his legacy.Osborne, a one-time leadership hopeful, had strongly backed the bid to stay in the 28-nation bloc.The party's governing National Executive Committee met for several hours Tuesday to decide whether Corbyn should automatically be on the ballot in a leadership contest, or whether he needed to gather nominations from 51 lawmakers -- something he would struggle to do.Several hundred thousand party members are eligible to vote in the leadership race.
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