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Big question: Should Theresa May call a snap general election?

A panel of contributors share their opinions

By Prospect Team  

British Prime Minister Theresa May ©Andrew Parsons/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Theresa May has only 0.0003 per cent of the vote. That is how Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats, put it in Prospect recently (an extract from his recent article for us is included below).

Labour politicians have raised similar concerns about the fact that our new Prime Minister was chosen by the Conservative Party, rather than by the country as a whole. Jon Trickett, Labour’s election coordinator, has said…

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