Discussions about Theresa May is getting more intense every time I look into their yellow gathus from the early 1700s. They put in central heating five years ago and the house is reminiscent of how you would think that the family Weasley's house in Harry Potter looks a couple of decades after Ron and his brothers and sisters have moved out.
My neighbors ran in many years the village radioaffär.
today, they are pensioners.
She loves Theresa May. He feel bad about all the conservative politicians.
a matter Of principle.
She tries to explain:
”Theresa May is my head-girl! I'm not going to disappoint her!”
to translate into English. In many british schools assigns students a ”head girl” who represents the other female students in the public context. She should be a behavioural model and is selected jointly by students and school management.
Both JK Rowling and Margaret Thatcher was the ”head girls”.
However, not Theresa May.
But I understand what my neighbor says. Few british prime ministers have taken more of a beating than Theresa May and for those who still like her (like my neighbor) is Theresa May, therefore, a pattern of selfless responsibility.
Theresa Mays slogan when she went into the election campaign in 2017. Then fell all together. Her authority, her majority, and her political program. Most of the other politicians had resigned. Here is Theresa May, however, over eighteen months later. Tuesday dropped her Brexitavtal in parliament, with 230 votes – it was the largest parliamentary loss for a british government in modern times.
All other prime ministers had accepted for themselves.
In any normal circumstances.
But these are not normal circumstances.
This is Brexit.
Theresa May continues to fight for his political survival.Theresa May during Tuesday's Brexitomröstning. Photo: AFP
call her a robot. She is not overly charismatic. Most people think that she is doing what she does out of sense of duty. She has simply given minds to walk home with this Brexiten.
A Brexit that she herself does not even voted for in the referendum in 2016.
Theresa May is, if not shy, so in all cases, the introvert. She dislikes small talk and look down on korridorskvallret and the machinations in the conservative party. She comes out of the middle class and reportedly was insane in all the years that she herself rounded in the career of the younger upper class men: as, for example, the former prime minister, David Cameron, and his gilt-edged bunch.
taking over as prime minister after just David Cameron became the hard-working medelklasstjejernas revenge against the british överklasspatriarkatet.
Then everything went more or less to hell.
Theresa Mays, Philip, is an incredibly important person for the prime minister. Emotionally and politically. The pair met at the conservative studentförbundets disco in Oxford in the 1970s. When Theresa May last (for only a few weeks ago) put down a coup against himself, appeared Philip up in the stands in the parliament.
He sat there completely silent.
Just for that she would see him.
This is, after all, a woman who dresses in storrutig Vivienne Westwood costume for his big Brexit-speech.
It is said that the key to Theresa Mays apparent ability to keep fighting is that she like many other introverted people really only care about what a small group of related people think about her.
So long as her husband, her now deceased parents and her closest advisers think she is doing very well she is happy.
When she is able by hours of criticism in parliament, the headlines about the ”HISTORIC PROPORTIONS” on her recent ”POLITICAL HUMILIATION” and anything else that she is forced to endure: for example, Boris Johnson.
Theresa May actually genuinely love their job. It is why she stays. She may be introverted but she also likes the many ways the spotlight. This is, after all, a woman who dresses in storrutig Vivienne Westwood costume for his big Brexit-speech. Leopardskorna and läderbyxorna has not only to do with the prime minister's great interest in fashion, according to some who know her.
No, Theresa May like simply the public sphere.
She thinks, above all, that she is the best person for the job as prime minister.
She intends to stay as long as possible.
To my neighbor's great joy.
And large parts of the british parliament's chagrin.
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