Prime Minister Boris Johnson stepped down on Thursday but the actual transfer of power may come as late as September. CBS senior foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata looks at the fallout and what's next for the United Kingdom.
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Published: 2022-07-08 09:20 am
Prime Minister Boris Johnson steps down but remains head of government until new leader is elected
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