Theresa May won’t call an early general election because it would cause ‘instability’

Theresa May won’t call an early general election because it would cause ‘instability’
 

Theresa May has reiterated her decision not to call a general election before 2020 – because it would cause ‘instability’.
The prime minister, who succeeded David Cameron after the EU referendum, has faced calls to declare an election earlier than necessary.
100 days since Brexit vote – here’s how it changed Britain Many of those calls have come from within her own party, with Conservatives believing Mrs May could increase the party’s majority.
And Tories also fear that a Brexit backlash could win votes for Labour in 2020.
But, in an interview with the Sunday Times, she ruled out an early... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 39
Source: Metro
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