WASHINGTON POST: Theresa May to resign, make way for new prime minister, after Brexit failures

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Release date: 24/5/2019

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“It’s quite extraordinary given that two to three years ago, the vast majority of Conservative MPs would have regarded a no-deal Brexit as impossible or highly irresponsible,” said Rob Ford, a political scientist at the University of Manchester. “Now, it’s unlikely you’d be elected as the next prime minister without some level of commitment to that approach.”

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TitleTheresa May to resign, make way for new prime minister, after Brexit failures
Media name/outletWashington Post
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date24/05/19
Description“It’s quite extraordinary given that two to three years ago, the vast majority of Conservative MPs would have regarded a no-deal Brexit as impossible or highly irresponsible,” said Rob Ford, a political scientist at the University of Manchester. “Now, it’s unlikely you’d be elected as the next prime minister without some level of commitment to that approach.”
URLhttps://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/theresa-may-to-resign-make-way-for-new-prime-minister-after-brexit-failures/ar-AABR5Yf
PersonsRobert Ford