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Should Theresa May Resign?
However disagreeable the outcome of May's policies might be to some, she is simply keeping to the principles and policies that the British public elected her for. To suggest that she resign for this alone is anti-democratic.
The British people voted to leave the EU knowing that there could be
negative economic consequences
May's Conservative Party has either led or been tied with Labour in
since the government's election. That she maintains the public's support despite Brexit chaos suggests that they continue to support the Conservative's general approach to governance.
A number of social policies May has proposed
have been unpopular with the British public that elected her
. In this sense, she has not kept her obligation to them and should resign.
May has broken promises she made to the electorate and abandoned principles she once advanced. This is evident in her failure to improve the circumstances of the economically and socially deprived, a promise she made
in her very first address
as Prime Minister.