British Prime Minister Theresa May is back on track after defeating a further internal defeat in the Brexit agreement. It may be the last nail in the box for the May government as British Prime Minister.
At his probable departure there is a list of possible contenders of the conservative party that Teresa can replace as the new prime minister of the country. Sajid Javid, of Pakistani origin, is one of the main contenders and the only immigrant on the list.
In a recent Brexit crisis, Sajid has become the face of a modern, multicultural and meritocratic Britain. Designated by Great Britain to stay in the EU in 2016.
Son of Pakistani Bus Driver Could Become New British Prime Minister
In 2010, Sajid entered politics as a deputy of Bromsgrove (Worcestershire). He then worked with George Osborne, the then chancellor, as finance minister in 2012.
The immigrant politician won his first position in Cabinet in 2014 as state secretary for culture, media and sports.
Sajid is a 49-year-old former investment banker and the main contender to overcome the position of prime minister when Theresa retires. His father, Mr. Abdul Ghani Javid traveled from Pakistan to the UK in the early 1960s, looking for a better life. Here he earned his existence as a bus driver.
During the reorganization of the cabinet after the first major crisis in Brexit, Sajid was appointed interior minister in April last year. He obtained respect in the publication successfully handling a Caribbean immigrant treatment scandal
He is one of the most important candidates for the post of Prime Minister after the scheduled departure for May.
Others on the list are the Foreign Minister, Mr. Boris Johnson, leader Andrea Leadsom, environmental minister, Michael Gove, Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt and former Justice Dominic Raab.