(CNN) - It's the first full day on the job for Britain's new prime minister, David Cameron. The torch was passed yesterday after Gordon Brown resigned, ending more than a decade of rule by his Labour Party.
Cameron said he wants to form a coalition government with the liberal Democrats. So what does the changing of the guard mean here at home? Former Asst. Secretary of State James Rubin and Time International editor Michael Elliott gave us their thoughts on Wednesday's American Morning.
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