What is Theresa May’s legacy and what’s next for the Conservative Party?

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PM Theresa May. Credit: https://www.gov.uk

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Brexit: Will PM May and Labour find a common ground?

Do you think that PM Theresa May and the Labour Party will find a common ground on Brexit, what are the biggest obstacles here? Read few comments.

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Brexit: Where are we now?

EU leaders offered to delay Brexit until 22 May if MPs approve PM Theresa May’s deal next week. If they do not approve it, the delay will be shorter – until 12 April – at which point the UK must set out its next steps or leave without a deal. How do you read this EU approach and (I know it is hard to predict this), what path might the UK choose, and why? Read few comments.

Press conference of British PM Theresa May at European Council, (March, 21-22). Credit: https://tvnewsroom.consilium.europa.eu

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Brexit: So far PM Theresa May has survived astonishingly well

How serious challenge is PM Theresa May facing from the own party regarding Brexit,, is the Conservative party somehow imploding under the burden of Brexit? Read few comments.

Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech at the 2018 Munich Security Conference. Credit: https://www.gov.uk/

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What do Boris Johnson and David Davis’ resignations mean for PM May and Brexit?

What do the resignations of Ministers Boris Johnson and David Davis mean for PM Theresa May domestically and what does it mean for Brexit negotiations with the EU? Read few comments.

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Let’s talk about human rights with China

Chinese media commend Theresa May for ‘sidestepping’ human rights. How important is for China that the PM of important country like the UK is mute regarding human rights, should human rights be mentioned during such visit, and I am not talking just about May but basically about any high profile Western politicians? Read few comments.

Portrait of Mao Zedong at the Tiananmen gate. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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What does PM May’s defeat in the Commons mean for Brexit?

What does the UK government defeat in the Parliament mean domestically for Brexit what effect it may have on the negotiation with the EU? Read few comments.

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