Commentary: How Tories can regain rationality
By Meghnad Desai in London
In Britain’s zig-zag course to leave the European Union, two things are clear, in the wake of the European elections and Theresa May’s decision to resign. She steps down from the Conservative party’s helm on 7 June, ushering in a contest to choose a new leader and prime minister by end-July. First, both Conservatives and Labour face existential crises, shown by the collapse in voter support and seemingly unbridgeable internal European divisions. Second, demands for a second referendum serve no useful purpose.
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