>> The time of Theresa May has begun. Britain's second female Prime Minister, with her first public address outside Downing Street.>> The government I lead will be driven not by the interests of the privileged few, but by yours. We will do everything we can to give you more control over your lives.
>> Becoming national leader is a milestone by any account, but there's gonna be little time to take it all in. I'm Reuters reporter Jacob Greaves in Downing Street, where Theresa May will know once this fanfare dies down, she's signed up to a serious task, taking Britain out of the EU.
>> The day ending in almost reverse fashion to David Cameron's.
She's expected to raise the profile of female Tori MPs in the process. Task two might be on peck, but May will also have official appointments regarding Britain's nuclear deterrent and well-wishers to answer in the form of global leaders. Then, perhaps a moment to reflect.>>
Their cars passing at Buckingham Palace, marking the changing of the guard. His a goodbye to the British monarch, hers a hello. But there's still plenty to contemplate. Will a snap general election serve the new unelected PM's interest best, and how exactly do you get on with the business of a Brexit?