Theresa May & # 39; s mesmerizing announcement of her dismissal led to madness on Twitter when users responded to the news.
Outside of Downing Street 10, the prime minister started crying when she revealed she would resign on June 7.
Within minutes, Twitter users had made countless memes, joking about the serious news and commenting on the state of British politics.
Some were happy about her resignation, while others were worried about the prospect of Boris Johnson becoming the new leader.
She stated that she would resign as a conservative leader on June 7 and thereby initiate a competition that should be completed by the end of July – admitting it was time for someone else to try to deliver the Brexit.
A user posted a photo of a Doctor Who Cyberman robot, known for not feeling any emotion, shooting a single tear with the caption: & # 39; If you missed Theresa May & # 39; s speech this morning, this is essentially its core & # 39 ;.
A user compared Mrs. May to a Doctor Who Cyberman, who is known for not being able to feel human emotions, and who throws a single tear. The prime minister spoke outside of 10 Downing Street and burst into tears when she revealed that she would resign on June 7. She said: & # 39; I did my best & # 39;
Another user thought the prospect of Boris Johnson becoming the next Conservative potential leader was incredibly moving when she posted a photo of American TV presenter Steve Harvey who laughed before he started to get serious. During her speech she said: & # 39; I did everything I could to convince MPs to support that deal … unfortunately I could not do that & # 39;
This user posted a photo of football specialists jumping and cuddling with the cheeky caption: & # 39; Ian Wright, Lee Dixon and Gary Neville give their reaction to Theresa May retiring & # 39;
Dan Deg used a meme from the Simpsons including Star Trek Spock as he disappears and claims to have completed his job
This user compared Boris Johnson with The Night King – a character from Game of Thrones known as the king of death – and comes to take Mrs. May & # 39; s position
& # 39; Wind it on Theresa, I'm looking at houses under the hammer! & # 39 ;: Fury as PM & # 39; s tearing-up speech delays BBC One property show broadcast
Property show fans were furious this morning when Theresa May & # 39; s tearful resenting speech replaced Homes Homes under the Hammer on BBC One.
The popular auction and renovation series is usually broadcast on BBC One at 10:00 AM, but a BBC News Special was in place today – much to the annoyance of fans.
Theresa May announced her resignation as prime minister in a tearful speech to the nation, saying she had done my best & # 39; to make Brexit happen.
Irate fans of Homes Under the Hammer urged Mrs. May to speed up her resignation speech today, confused as to whether their favorite real estate show would be broadcast (above and below)
Martel Maxwell, Martin Roberts and Dion Dublin present Homes Under the Hammer today. Their performance on BBC Two surprised some fans, who had expected to see them on BBC One
The dramatic news did little to reassure Homes Under the Hammer fans who had hoped to see Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell in action.
A furious viewer, named Loulabelle, wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Wind it up Theresa. This week I developed a Home & # 39; s Under the Hammer addiction. & # 39;
While another, named Rob, wrote: & # 39; Why does Theresa want to inform her now? I wanted to watch Homes Under the Hammer. & # 39;
And another said: & # 39; In retrospect, Theresa May & # 39; s most monumental achievement as prime minister was certainly the prescription of the historically immobile object that Homes Under the Hammer is. & # 39;
The news bulletin, which replaced the real estate market, revealed that the turbulent leadership of Theresa May of the Conservative Party will now end on June 7.
Controlled by husband Philip and her close associates, Mrs. May said it was in the country's interest for a new prime minister to lead that effort.
Many joked about the rescheduling of the timetable, saying that her resignation was the & # 39; historically immobile & # 39; object that drives Homes under the Hammer (above and below)
Philip May could be seen from the shadows (far left) when his wife delivered her farewell message from Downing St
Many remained confused as to whether Homes Under the Hammer would be broadcast today. With some it is completely missing due to the confusion.
In reality, the show was moved to BBC Two so that the breaking political news could be issued to the nation. But the confusion remained furious.
An annoyed viewer wrote: & # 39; May can't even resign properly. She could have waited until after Homes Under the Hammer. & # 39;
While another said: & # 39; Can Theresa do nothing without being selfish? She can't even step down without spoiling the TV schedules.
& # 39; I was looking forward to Homes Under the Hammer on my morning off. & # 39;
Others joked that her resignation meant that a new tenant would introduce number 10 – a very suitable subject for the Homes Under the Hammer slot
The prime minister announced her departure today in an emotional statement about the stairs of Downing Street
Homes Under the Hammer is broadcast on weekdays, so fans will see it in their usual slot machine on Monday – if no other political drama takes place.
Mrs. May & # 39; s decision to finalize the date for her resignation came after a bitter refutation of her last attempt to get a Brexit deal through Parliament.
A mutiny of the cabinet and the prospect of the back seat of 1922, allowing another motion of confidence in its leadership, finally pushed the prime minister's hand.
Her announcement came after a meeting with Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the powerful committee of 1922.
She insisted she did & # 39; my best & # 39; to deliver the Brexit and remove the UK from the European Union.
But almost three years after the UK had decided to leave Brussels, Ms. May said: "I am and always regret that I have not been able to deliver the Brexit.
& # 39; It is up to my successor to find a way forward that honors the result of the referendum. & # 39;
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