As she has already said she won't contest the next Election as leader and now holds the record for the largest defeat in Governemt history, is it now May's 'Thatcher moment'?
I somehow think she'll go but I dread to think who might take over.
I think her post vote speech was pretty dignified in fairness. Mind you she’s had a month to prepare it. She won’t go unless she loses no confidence vote. Conservatives can’t hold one for 12 months and Corbyn has no hope of winning. One thing sure to unite every Conservative MP and the DUP is the prospect of Corbyn in no 10. She ll stay until at least we either leave or stay if the government wins tomorrow.
Personally I wish Corbyn hadn’t bothered. There’s precious little time as it is without wasting anymore,
Two pieces of text from the official government pamphlet that was delivered to every household in the 2016 referendum campaign (paid for by the UK people, by the way)
'This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide.'
'The EU referendum is a once in a generation decision.'
I don't think she will, I think she is determined to see this through. Not sure calling a General Election now is the best thing for this country when we are so close to the leaving date. I wish politicians were more for the people (as they should be) rather being the self-serving bunch they are. It really is about time they put the country first not their own views. They are supposed to represent their constituents, the people, not their own agenda. Sadly that happens as soon as they are elected, all good intentions out the window.