Sunday, 7 May 2017

Why did May start an election in middle of negotiations?

The negotiations are getting more difficult as more strident views are expressed. Not long ago May said another Scotland referendum was not at the "right time" as it would destabilise talks. So whay have an election? Is it intended to get a harder result?

I notice Andrew Marr is not asking this question. But it may come up. My guess is that debate in the Commons is just as possible with a large majority as with a small one so I don't think the result will make a lot of difference to what the government can do.  Towards the end of this clip an attack on European sources getting into the UK election. What else can happen with one called at this time? At least this question should be asked.

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