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Soon, Theresa May will have nowhere to hide

From 9th June, every company that re-locates to Poland, every piece of weak economic data will be on her

By Jay Elwes  

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at a general election campaign event at the Shine Centre in Leeds ©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire/PA Images

When I suggested last July that Theresa May would need a second popular vote before she could go ahead with Brexit, the idea was attacked in, among other places, the pages of the Sunday Times. For Eurosceptics, any suggestion that problems might lie ahead amounted to sneering. But now the PM has called a general election in order to give herself a stronger Brexit mandate. She will no doubt win. And…

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