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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Theresa May Officially Announces Snap Elections

 

First, the big news: Parliament is happily dissolved! Less than a year after the amazing Brexit vote, snap elections have officially been scheduled for June 8. That’s within a year of a new government: and within two years of the previous general election.

The last time the British electorate voted twice within four years was 1974: Labour beat the Tories twice that year. That, of course, led to the ouster of the Tory loser and the rise of the Great Lady to Tory leadership. If you believe statesmanship is called forth in such troubled times, you might see Theresa May as the confident warrior this time around. At any rate, three important elections in two years add up to a good show of both British moderation in politics and the seriousness of the political changes. It is hard to disagree with the PM: This is the most important election in her lifetime.

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The British PM, Mrs. Theresa May, has given a long speech on Brexit (full text of the 40min+ speech here). Her object is to show the relation between Brexit & Britain’s future, why Brexit is necessary for the preservation of Britain’s political character & economic thriving, & how it should be achieved. The means necessary […]

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