With a field of candidates vying to succeed Theresa May as Conservative party, her legacy during her time in office is playing a central role in the narrative of the debates between the party leadership hopefuls.
May’s resignation was the direct result of hear failure to push through a Withdrawal Agreement that she negotiated with the European Commission. On three separate occasions, she failed to garner enough support in the House of Commons and severely damaged her own credibility as a result...
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