london - Stephen Crabb has emerged as the successor to Prime Minister Cameron. The 43-year-old Scottish Conservative is currently Minister for Employment and Pensions. Reported that the often well-established American political site Politico.
David Cameron announced a day after his resignation in time Brexit referendum expired disastrous for him. Crabb is the first politician who signs up as a successor. However, an advocate of leaving the European Union, the former mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is widely considered the leading contender for the premiership. Johnson, however, has not yet formally and publicly reported for the succession.