Theresa May

What is Theresa May’s Endgame? There may be reason to believe the U.K.'s new P.M. has a long game plan.

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Figure this out, if you can: after the months-long Brexit campaign, perhaps the most bitter chapter of British politics in living memory, the country voted to leave the European Union in order restore the democratic control of the Westminster Parliament. Then, without a murmur of democratic dissent, David Cameron’s successor as prime minister, Theresa May, was appointed by a hereditary monarch, without even a run-off against her main rival (the self-destructing Andrea Leadsom), or a single vote cast by the 150,000 members of May’s Conservative party—let alone a general election.

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