Theresa May has been appointed as the UK’s second female Prime Minister and in her first act as PM she has appointed James May as Home Secretary.

Since being made redundant last year, James May is said to be delighted at being offered the position. May was considered for the role due to his extensive experience gained from working on Top Gear since 2002. In a brief interview with the BBC earlier today, May said “when you’ve driven cars all over the world like me, you learn a little something about immigration and internal affairs. It’s going to be easy-peasy.”

Theresa May commented to clarify that her and James May are in no way related after reports surfaced that she was attempting to fill the cabinet with “Mays”. Other surnames will be considered for cabinet positions although Mrs. May has advised that Brian May is in line to be the next Chancellor of the Exchequer.