There will be an election in Great Britain on Thursday, and it may be the most important in their history. Theresa May, the current Prime Minister, called for an election three years earlier than necessary last June. Her purpose was to strengthen her position relating to the controversial “Brexit.” May was elected by a very small margin, and her power in parliament is minimal at best.
Not only will this election decide the fate of England, it will have an effect on Donald Trump’s relations with our longest lasting ally. He has a relationship with May, and their two nations have virtually separated themselves from the other members of NATO. Trump’s recent, failed trip abroad lost him the label of ‘leader of the free world.’ His snubbing of many of our closest allies offered German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the newly elected President of France, Emmanuel Marcon, the opportunity to lead the world’s developed nations.
Jeremy Corbyn is May’s challenger, and the leader of the Labour Party. He has called for her resignation because she cut the number of police, and two more attacks on London occurred.
Asked if he would like the PM to quit, he said: “Indeed I would, because there’ve been calls made by a lot of very responsible people on this who are very worried that she was at the Home Office for all this time, presided over these cuts in police numbers and is now saying that we have a problem. “Yes, we do have a problem, we should never have cut the police numbers.”
Corbyn went on the say that Thursday’s election would decide the matter.
Lena Dunham, the writer and star of HBO’s “The Girls,” is no stranger to politics. She has frequently denounced the policies of Trump; his tactics of anger, hatred, violence, and rule by fascism. She has become one of Corbyn’s biggest supporters.
“With Jeremy Corbyn you have a chance at a fair and just leader who will temper the fascism and darkness of our current American moment,” she wrote.
“Thank you for considering, for getting your butts out there and for knowing- even when you feel abandoned by electoral politics- that your vote is all we have. This Thursday, June 8!”
Two of the once most-respected nations in the world have abandoned hope, courage, compassion, and understanding thanks to backwards thinking leaders. There is no joy in May or Trump’s world; there is only gloom and doom.
Thursday is a great day for political news. James Comey will testify on the Hill, and Great Britain will have an election.
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by James Turnage
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