THERESA MAY is “an entirely normal human being” but the pressure on the Prime Minister “has been extraordinary” during the last three years, her former Parliamentary Private Secretary said last night.
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave? On 23 June 2016 the UK held a referendum and 51.89% of voters voted to leave the EU.
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THERESA MAY's resignation has been met with a mixed response, while some praised her 'integrity' and 'dignity' as the Prime Minister was close to tears describing the role as 'the honour of my life”, one MP claimed her leadership was “doomed” from