The change from Prime Minister Cameron to Prime Minister May went pretty smoothly.
Cameron took over a country on the brink of bankruptcy. Years of Blair/Brown Labour mismanagement had left the UK close to disaster, and Cameron's cautious policy of some austerity combined with more careful management of the exchequer soon created increased employment, and its naturally following revived economy. At the end of his term he left the country with an unemployment rate of around 5%; (much the same as the USA) compared to France's over 10%, and Germany's 6.5%. The UK can now boast 74% employment; the highest since 1971.
He also left his term in office with the UK having the fifth strongest economy in the world, and the second strongest in the EU.
Theresa May has a difficult act to follow, but I'm sure she's up to the job. She's already surrounded herself with some very bright people (there's no shortage in the Conservative party). I wish her luck.
At her first PMQ's, yesterday, she performed extremely well. Like Cameron she managed to make poor Corbyn look like an inexperienced schoolboy. I though there was quite a hint of Maggie in her.
So, to say a final goodbye to Dave, I offer the following.....