Theresa May to call for snap General Election on 8 June

In a shocking political decision at the hands of our Prime Minister, a snap General Election is reportedly headed for reality according to Theresa May. Speaking before 10 Downing Street this week, May, confirmed that she is set to seek a snap general election to “appease those that want Brexit to happen and prevent those that don’t from making any further issues for the controversial plan for the U.K to depart from the European Union forever”.

May argued in a press conference before reporters in London that “The country is coming together, but the government is not”. Uncertainty truly sits within the decision to hold a snap general election, considering, that she must first have two-thirds “YES” inside the government to do such a thing to begin with.

 

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