Party Before Country

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Actually, not even that, to my eyes. To me, it looks more like personal arrogance and hubris, as it has for more than a year.

In June 2017, after what may have been one of the silliest elections in British history, my friend and coauthor both here and at his blog, Chalcedon, wrote of The Hubris of Theresa May, saying this:

The background is that 7 weeks ago the Prime Minister, Theresa May, having a 20 point lead in the opinion polls, decided to call a General Election. She had no need to, with a majority of 17 in the Commons, and another 3 years before law would require one. The media was agreed on only one thing, she would win a crushing victory, perhaps over 100 more seats, and the Labour Party, under the Bernie Sanders sound-alike, Jeremy Corbyn, would be crushed. She asked for a mandate and…

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