May Takes Brexit Step Further by Vacationing in Switzerland

Theresa May and her husband Philip May.

hotographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is shunning the European Union in her vacation choices, opting to take her August break in Switzerland.

May, a keen hiker, will return to work on Aug. 24, her office said in a statement on Thursday.

Her pounds will buy fewer Swiss francs as a result of Britain’s decision to leave the EU. Sterling has fallen 11 percent since the June 23 referendum.

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