Teresa Meimei became the first female chairman of the British Conservative Party
Cameron announced the resignation of the Conservative Party "successor" election campaign to open British Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation, the Conservative Party "successor" election campaign has sounded. At present, the highest rate of support is undoubtedly the "Iron Lady" called Teresa Mei, but another female competitor Andrei Lid Somme's rapid jump red also let a lot of media surprised. British media predicted that the next prime minister is likely to be elected from the two women. By then, on the 10th Downing Street or will become a "two women's war." Another "Iron Lady"? British "Daily Mail" website reported on the 2nd, Led Soom 53 years old, is the British Ministry of Climate Change is responsible for energy affairs of the Secretary of State. At present, her popularity in the Conservative Party straight ahead of Teresa May, ranked second, has surpassed another popular candidate, Justice Minister Michael Gove. Lidd Inmos was elected for the first time in 2010, the British "off the European" referendum, she was almost unknown, rarely known outside the political community. In the "off the European" referendum propaganda activities, she stood in the "off the European camp" camp, in the TV debate in the performance of eye-catching, by the outside world attention. In the heart of Ledesom, her "goddess of politics" was former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. And the supporters of Ledesom are comparing the two, saying that "history is always strikingly similar." According to their statement, Margaret Thatcher was at the age of 53 as the Conservative Party, and the same 53-year-old Ledesom may also be able to get this position. Compared to Cameron, who graduated from the well-known aristocratic private school, Eidon's family background is not prominent. She graduated from the political department of Warwick University, and then worked in the financial industry for more than 20 years, held a number of positions in the bank. Her husband is a businessman, two people have three children. Staged "female duel"? Talking about the new British prime minister, Ledesom said the British should not be led by the "stay in Europe". "I decided to stand out because we needed more choices," she said in an interview with independent British television company. "At the same time, in my opinion, the final two candidates may have only one from the 'off the European' The polls show that five members of the Conservative Party, who have announced the election of the new party leader, have the highest rate of support from the House of Representatives of the "stay in Europe" camp, Teresa Méridien, followed by Ledesom. Prior to being optimistic about the "off the European camp" on the 2nd character, Justice Minister Gove was accused of "twice betrayed the old master", the popularity of decline. In addition to the above three people, to participate in the election also includes employment and pension affairs minister Stephen? Krabbo and former defense minister Liam Fox. According to regulations, the Conservative Party will first select two party candidates, and then by all the members to participate in the vote, the final selection of Cameron's successor. The poll results are expected to be announced on September 9th. British media predicts that most of its supporters will turn to support for Ledesem, after London's former mayor Boris Johnson has announced that he is not going to stand for election. Former Conservative Party head Ian Duncan Smith also publicly expressed support for her. Media forecasts, then there will be more members of the Conservative Party to follow the footsteps of Smith, the "female dark horse" support rate is expected to rise further. According to Xinhua News Agency Teresa? Mei had studied the University of Oxford. In July 2002, Teresa Meimei became the first female chairman of the British Conservative Party. There is a saying that, for Theresa Mei, Cameron felt a threat, did not promote her as a foreign minister is to strangle her leadership ambition. Lidd Inmos was elected for the first time in 2010, the British "off the European" referendum, she was almost unknown, rarely known outside the political community. The family background of Lyndon is not prominent. Her husband is a businessman, two people have three children.