Cameron announces new cabinet, starts EU renegotiation
David Cameron will appoint his new cabinet on Monday after his victory on Thursday’s Election Day, and make his first speech regarding the UK’s EU membership, while he has already promised there will not be a referendum for Scotland’s independence again.
Mr Cameron has a small majority and many Eurosceptic thinkers in the back bench of his parliament that seem to undermine the importance not only the UK has had on the EU, but vice versa as well.
The PM has already contacted EU Commission leaders to begin the renegotiation terms of the UK’s membership, before they hold an in/out vote in 2017.
A “Brexit” could have many implications, not only in the EU, but also in the UK that has Germany as one of its biggest trade partners.
SNP MPs to arrive on Monday
The Scottish Nationalist Party parliamentarians are expected to arrive in London on Monday. They won about 56 seats in the elections, crushing the Labour party's hold of Scotland. Mr Cameron has already said that he will not negotiate to have another referendum for Scottish independence.
SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon, has already asked to have more powers given to the Scottish parliament, to bring the area in control of policies that affect it locally.
Cameron will be picking his cabinet throughout the day.
The weekend saw a day of protesting that turned particularly riotous. They protested Mr Cameron's re-election in front of his home at 10 Downing Street in London. People through smoke bombs and clashed with Metropolitan police.