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Should Theresa May Resign?
Brexit negotiations have reached
under May's leadership.
A former aide to Theresa May admits that May simply sees
Brexit as a damage limitation exercise
at this point.
This delay under May's leadership has raised concerns of a no-deal Brexit, which has impacted British businesses.
May is unable to put forward any deal that has the support of her parliament, evident from the fact that
her deal has already failed twice.
This has resulted in some MPs being
subject to public abuse and intimidation
due to the delays in Brexit negotiations.
The uncertainty stemming from the deadlock in Brexit negotiations has made it difficult for European states to prepare themselves in case of a no-deal Brexit.
This impasse has resulted in MPs
voting for a process of indicative votes
to try get some form of a deal though the House of Commons.
This is a reflection of the country's indecisiveness, not May's. There is
no clear consensus on what people want to do
, with 29% wanting a second referendum, 25% wanting no deal and 35% wanting some form of a negotiated deal.