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Her Govt will not fall before March, so it's all moot.

She is almost completely isolated within the tory party, which would normally be cause for any number of coups. However, neither side of the party trusts anybody else to bring about a brexit they can live with. An ultra would be unacceptable to the Business firsters and vice versa, so neither side will agitate against her in case the new leader is somebody they cannot accept. So, May is almost untouchable, yet despised by all.

But then again, there's Boris, whose ambition could lead to any form of rebellion. However, I think he'll restrict himself to making her life as difficult as possible until brexit is delivered, then he will launch his broadside.

keep to the Fen Causeway

by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Wed Sep 5th, 2018 at 07:29:34 AM EST
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