Britain’s second girl “ministers “, like the first, has eventually been created down by Conservative in-fighting over Europe.
But Theresa May is unlikely to join Margaret Thatcher in the annals of managers who left an indelible differentiate on home countries. At least not in the way she might have wanted when she penetrated Downing Street in July 2016.
Whatever passions she had – to reach out to the forgotten parts of the person, or redress the “burning injustices” in British society – were overshadowed by one word: Brexit.
Her almost three years in place were entirely defined by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, and her increasingly desperate efforts to deliver on the outcome of the referendum called by her predecessor David Cameron.
Even her sternest reviewers had to marvel at her ability to soak up the punishment that came, in motion after movement, from all sides.
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