UK to have 1st female PM since Margaret Thatcher

Britain's Home Secretary, Theresa May, delivers a speech at RUSI in London

Britain’s ruling Conservative Party MPs have chosen two female leaders as the final candidates to become the country’s Prime Minister. Conservative Party members will now decide between Home Secretary Theresa May and Junior Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom to lead the party and the country. This will be the first time a woman will be UK’s Prime Minister since Margaret Thatcher.