Theresa May has lost the power of steering public opinion, her government, and her party. The proof was her most inconsequential reshuffle on Monday, which was stirring for some political careers but hardly shaking in political terms.
In fact, the opposition was the one to make the shaking headlines on Monday.
On Monday, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon told the BBC that "no Brexit is preferable to no deal,"; on the other end of the spectrum,  Nigel Farage said that a no-deal outcome ...


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