Theresa May has finally announced a snap election on June 8. The Prime Minister could not have chosen a better timing in face of chaos at Westminster. She will show them the determination and will of the British people that we want to come out of our Brexit negotiations stronger and more prosperous.
This is also a chance for people of this country to show Nicola Sturgeon that she has no future in its politics. Her only ambition is for herself. Walking in the streets of Glascow and Edinburtgh a few weeks ago, one could easily sense the feeling of betrayal among the Scots because of her.
As for Jeremy Corbyn, he might be foolish to think that he can lead Labour into this General Election and survive a defeat. This might be the end of Labour Party as we know it.
Despite many predictions of economic trouble ahead, we have come to see stronger economic numbers which have even exceeded expectations in some cases.
Theresa will win a majority in this election and will give our nation the chance to forget people who are only driven by self-interest (e.g. Nicola Sturgeon) once and for all.
By The Editorial Team of Casual Politics
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