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Tragic figure-of-Brexit : May has made the United Kingdom to parody

Roger Boyes is a British Journalist and book author. From 1993 to 2010, he reported as a correspondent for the British newspaper The Times, from Germany. He pub

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Tragic figure-of-Brexit : May has made the United Kingdom to parody

Roger Boyes is a British Journalist and book author. From 1993 to 2010, he reported as a correspondent for the British newspaper The Times, from Germany. He published the books "My dear Krauts" and "How to be a Kraut". For the daily mirror Boyes wrote the column "My Berlin".

the history of The Church knows of at least two of the Saint Theresa's – but none of the two can claim to be the Martyr of the Brexits. This role falls now to Theresa May, it is your legacy: a pastor's daughter, has offered, in a last desperate gesture, to withdraw, if your group supports the of the European Union negotiated exit agreement. It's a seemingly selfless gesture, which explains the Brexit to an almost sacred goal is a goal that is bigger than your political career. And like so many of the steps it has taken in the last two years, is also based on a gross miscalculation. History will remember May as a hapless politician, who has led your country through incompetence and clumsiness of the abyss.

When I voted in 2016 for the withdrawal from the European Union, looked at I, naive as I was, as a romantic decision. I wanted to live in a country that would open a world that was changing quickly; that would shake off the laziness that had got into the habit in a comfortable, but ultimately suffocating Euro-bureaucracy. There were many things that were wrong with the UK; the country needed a Wake-up call. A large part of my career, I had reported about the national movements and supported them. Now the UK has had a turn. It did not take long until I realized that I had made myself with a fairly nondescript angry Mob in common: to make people, who felt betrayed by the global Elite, which was about immigrants were offended and whose aim it is by no means the country for a fascinating future, nimble and agile, but in a largely imaginary "Golden age".

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poisoned chalice for Theresa May

The Leavers won with a convincing, but still a slight advantage of 52 to 48 percent. The political class had to analyze a clear task: to why so many Brits with the Status quo were dissatisfied, and to unite a divided Nation to a new vision of Britain's role in Europe. After the Referendum, the true state would have been asked of men and the state of women, a guide of Format. Instead, a deeply relieved David Cameron rushed out of his office and handed over the poisoned chalice to Theresa May. Their response was to treat the result of the referendum as a Dogma, as the will of the people, and not as the beginning of an open conversation between the large urban, affluent London and the neglected provinces. Brexit means Brexit, tinted.

The result: a cascade of crises. The United Kingdom was not United anymore, not only in terms of the cartoon of Europe and Anti-Europe Pro-lines, but also in terms of the question of national identity. Scotland wanted to break away from the United Kingdom and saw the whereabouts in the EU as the only way to its own national independence. What this means at all: British? The identity crisis is an increasingly dysfunctional political System. As can be articulated the complexity of a modern society through a majority voting system? The parties are beginning to split. The Parliament, once a proud part of the brand in the United Kingdom, is today divided in tribal cultures.

May has failed to address these issues and to make the consequences of the referendum, instead of understanding the result as a literal command. She let the confusion such a escalate, that critics within and outside the UK are now wondering whether the country is still governable. The British Constitution is a mess Mays debt. The strength of Parliament and the Executive in normal times, a sign of a vibrant democracy – has been transformed into a poisoned relationship.

tragedy is Theresa May significantly

to take The lead to see that have changed requirements of leadership: these are the ingredients of a Shakespearean tragedy, and the tragedy is Theresa May. You duck as you would start against a storm. Your face behind your Make-up so pale that you look around instinctively to see a doctor. As Prime Minister, the no control over your schedule, both physically as well as politically vulnerable. Her voice is brittle; her body looks weak, as she sits in the first row of the Parliament: a physiognomy of decline.

last week she was under adrenaline, and their performance was a little better. In full, sweaty under house Committee in room 14 on Wednesday, she was crisp and efficient, as she turned to the conservative backbenchers. It was her last litter, and she had rehearsed her words obviously carefully. After you had survived last December in a vote of censure from her own party, she is theoretically up to December 2019, for sure. But the talk of a looming coup in the Cabinet she had been forced to face the deputies. If the party really wants you to privy, then so be it - under the condition that the Tories agreed to support her exit agreement with the EU. She was ready to fall on her sword. The second Phase of the negotiations with Brussels about the future trade relations of great Britain to Europe - would then be a new leader.

more Cynical Pact

The effect set in almost immediately. Boris Johnson, had accused weeks before the EU, to exit the contract, to the United Kingdom to create a bomb belt, suddenly decided that he would support him. Because, of course, he sees himself as the next Prime Minister and the next leader of the conservative party. In British politics there is only one certainty: namely, that the opportunism will prevail. It is a kind of decadence, which requires the Co-architect of a deal back, so your own party can support him. May believes that they will be complied with as soon as your Deal has gone through the Parliament, its commitment to the British people and you will be relieved of your moral obligation to limit the damage of the Brexits. Boris Johnson does not support the Deal now, because he sees him as a key to the office of the Prime Minister, but also because he intends to tear up the contract immediately, as soon as he moved into Downing Street. Between Theresa and Boris there is a cynical Pact. The main objective of it is that the conservative party together.

As for Angela Merkel May also have been at Theresa a lot in her Childhood as the daughter of a vicar in reading. The so-called "Silent Saturday syndrome", the special silence that surrounds a rectory, if the father is working on his sermon. The feeling of otherness in the school, the effort to not judge others as you have been self-assessed at home. May has only a few friends. Her husband, Philip, is her closest Advisor; he often appears in the visitors ' gallery of the Parliament, and reads the drafts of your Speeches.

May is not a real politician

But your most serious error - the premature activation of article 50 under the continuing pressure of the European Commission – was an unnecessary decision, which deprived her of the majority. And it was your own. Your basic idea – namely, that their party and the country would always support them, rather than risk a left-wing government Jeremy Corbyn - was simply wrong. She is a security expert who is familiar with the technical issues of immigration, crime and border controls, and not a real politician. Her Team hired someone who is of jokes for their Speeches wrote, but often they are not messed up the Timing, because she understood the jokes. Increasingly she has worn in the past crisis months of the Tory-blue dresses, coats, and fine beads, to show: The party goes on. Margaret Thatcher did the Same, and how May they plunged through the deep cleavage of her party in relation to Europe.

Theresa May suffers from a tunnel vision. Because you made two years ago, a consensus between the parties would have been necessary, the policy to be a Farce, a parody of its former self. I give her the guilt - and of a political culture in which it as a clever was to have a weak politician with an unsolvable Problem. But mainly I blame myself, that I voted with the heart and not the head. I do not intend to repeat this mistake.

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