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Should Theresa May Resign?
Theresa May is responsible for botching Brexit negotiations.
Brexit negotiations have reached
under May's leadership.
Theresa May is
no longer even truly negotiating
with the EU, but is merely pretending to do so. A new Prime Minister is needed to come in and start fresh negotiations, using a new approach and fresh ideas in order to break the dead-lock and avoid a
of telling people what she’s already decided, rather than involving them in the decision process, is partly why negotiating Brexit with the EU, her party and parliament have failed.
May triggered Article 50 too early, without a clear plan for negotiations or a
consensus on what the UK wanted
. This put the UK at a disadvantage in negotiations.
In a February poll, only
of polled individuals think that May's proposed
Negotiations would likely be worse under any other leader.
In reality, May's deal extracted more than could have been reasonably hoped for in convincing the EU to allow the UK to step away from the
free movement of labour
(one of the
), while maintaining the movement of
May's Brexit deal is
almost exactly what the UK
voted for based on the campaign in 2016. It places limits on migration even while maintaining relatively free movement of goods between the UK and the EU.
Brexit negotiations were never likely to be successful. This is not Theresa May's fault.