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LONDON — One of the big questions in British politics as we head into the New Year is whether 2019 will be Theresa May’s last year as a prime minister — and if so, who will replace her?
This month she claimed she would not lead the Conservatives into the next general election — scheduled to take place in 2022 — and there is chatter in Westminster that she could step down once Brexit divorce talks finish in March. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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