When voters in England and northern Ireland in the day to vote, it is to a high degree of Brexit. Not to Brexit is determined by the 8.300 local politicians (and six as mayor) to be elected, but for Brexit has drawn on the political map.
the Last time that many of these districts voted was 2015. David Cameron was prime minister at the height of his popularity and the idea that the Uk would hold a referendum on the EU was not much more than a detail in a manifesto commitment.
important for the conservative party. They will give some sort of indication on how hurt the party is. Many conservative voters are furious over how the government has handled the Brexit. Furious over the to the Uk, still has not left the EU.
the Question is just how furious?
Will today's local elections to mean an embarrassing loss? Or, it becomes total conservative genomklappning?
will be forced to hold national elections this year because of the ongoing Brexitkaoset. Today's lokalvalsresultat is therefore an indication of the prime minister can be expected to move into no 10 Downing Street next.
Can the Labour party, which has the full with their own Brexitproblem, show that, despite all the political momentum is with them? That it is Jeremy Corbyn, who right now are marching against the power? Can the liberal democrats which has been calculated in british politics in recent years begin to build up themselves again? Now if anything, they have the chance. Both the conservatives and Labour, apart of the infected EU-issue.
the liberal democrats is also the only one of the major parties that actually are against Brexit.
A position shared by many voters.
on the way out. Ledarstriden in the conservative party is already full. Albeit under the radar.
the main candidates for the post of prime minister is right now the former foreign minister, Boris Johnson, and minister of agriculture Michael Gove.
Both are high-profile opponents of the EU.
It is said that Brexit that determines most things in british politics.
Not what measures you have to improve the waste collection.
Sadly for Theresa May.
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