Britain’s strong lady and Prime Minister Theresa May is currently facing a tough battle for election to office on 8th June. We can’t use the word re-election as she wasn’t elected to her Prime Ministerial position in the first place. She simply took over when David cameron resigned following a disastrous Brexit vote that saw Britain withdraw from the European Union.
Theresa May has enjoyed a strong lead since she announced a snap election but her manifesto has rolled back her campaign progress and right now she will have to fight for every single vote as the most recent polls show that she is on per with Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn.
A Times/YouGov Poll last week showed she was just 5 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn but with a margin of error and an uproar over her Dementia tax and plan to scrap school meals, it is possible that Jeremy Corbyn is either at the same percentage point with her or even higher. At the moment it is hard to know who will actually win the general election. Polls can get it wrong too like the case for the 2016 U.S Presidential elections where all polls indicated that Hillary Clinton would win the general election by an overwhelming majority. Donald Trump threw a major surprise and won the election.
Trump and Theresa May have much in common. They both represent Conservative Parties in their respective countries and both embrace hard right wing ideals.
Trump has overhauled the U.S healthcare in a move that will leave 23 million americans with no medical insurance. Theresa May has in her manifesto detailed a plan to introduce “Dementia tax” and overhaul the U.K’s NHS. The U.K has for generations enjoyed Universal Healthcare but this could change if Theresa May wins the next general election.
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Question: Is Theresa May Britain’s answer to Donald Trump? Yes or No?