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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Theresa May hits 50% support in polls as opponents vow ‘to stand up against her government’

Theresa May hits 50% support in polls as opponents vow ‘to stand up against her government’ - YouTube







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In the beginning of the week many were surprised, why the new "stubborn lady", British PM Theresa May decided to hold an early parliamentary election on June 8th. Actually, it's all pretty clear here. In her TV interview, Theresa May befogged a lot, saying that the election is necessary because the people are united, but the Parliament isn't. But people are divided. It's the same 50/50 as it was on the issue of exiting the EU. It's another thing that nothing can be changed. The opposing leader in the Parliament is a rather weak Leader of the Labor Party, Jeremy Corbyn. That's what the Conservative Party thinks. Meaning, after the election, the Conservative Party can really strengthen their majority. Of course May is taking a risk, as the Brexit referendum showed in Great Britain, and then Trump's election in the US. Polls are one thing, voting results are another. But for the Conservative party, it's worth the time.


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