Theresa May may be elected Prime Minister!

Photo Credit: Wikipedia

OK this is a little confusing so hold on! Theresa May became Prime Minister of Britain after David Cameron quit his position in 2015. He had quit as Prime Minister after Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, a decision that he didn’t agree with.

The people of Great Britain did not elect Theresa May to lead the nation. She was appointed Prime Minister after David Cameron quit. The next election in Great Britain is scheduled for 2020.

Yesterday, Theresa May announced that even though she is Prime Minister, she would like to hold an election on 8 June, 2017 instead of in 2020. She thinks that being an elected leader will give her more support for her ideas as she works out how Great Britain will leave the EU.

Spread the love
No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Write to us at

Help us keep currentkids, current! We’d love to hear about your crazy adventures and experiences. Send us your pictures, travel diaries, thoughts on cool new gadgets, gaming experiences and anything else you find interesting!

About Us

Welcome to our entertaining and empowering news source for kids with inquisitive minds! This is a digital space that keeps kids aged 8 and above (and your families!) connected to what’s happening in the world. We filter a wide variety of news, events, and interesting bits of trivia to develop short, relevant, unbiased content in creative formats. We give everyone something to relate to and get engaged with in short bytes of information with a snappy, chatty feel. We believe in encouraging curiosity, creativity and continued learning in our safe digital space.

Why is reading non-fiction important?

This helps curious minds to learn more about the outside world. It also enriches their vocabulary and their general knowledge. Simplified news helps children to express their opinions easily with their friends and family and gives them some perspective on complex issues. Our safe news website will give you parents a useful tool with which to navigate the digital world with your children.

We hope you enjoy our posts!

Biyash & Sunaina

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter and stay current!


You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.