David Cameron has chaired his last cabinet meeting as Britain’s Prime Minister, laying out plans for a vote on renewing the country’s nuclear weapons system known as Trident and for his Life Chances’ strategy for disadvantaged people.
The final meeting at No 10 Downing Street was held on Tuesday as Cameron was preparing to cede power to his Home Secretary Theresa May.
The first discussion of the meeting was about Cameron’s so-called Life Chances strategy. Cameron reportedly said the policy was a prime example of the way his government had worked to “do more for those that have the least.”
The outgoing Prime Minister added that it was for May as the head of the new government to take forward finalizing the plan. May also reportedly confirmed the strategy would be a priority for her government.
Plans to vote on Trident were also discussed during Cameron’s 215th and final cabinet meeting. According to an official spokeswoman for the Prime…