Post-mortems suggest that Brexit and Corbyn were responsible for the party’s collapse. It’s much more complex.
Prime Minister Theresa May faces a tough challenge as she begins a new term in office having lost the Conservative majority in parliament in last month's general election.
Similar to Brexit, this election has ended with a wafer thin mandate for the Tories, and little confidence in Theresa May's right to form a government. In fact, Britons could be headed to the polls before 2018.
After the British Labour Party was fraught with bitter infighting between the Blairites and Corbyn supporters, the party's newfound energy and unity has paid dividends on the campaign trail. But is this going to be enough to win the election?
A desire for change across the US and parts of Europe has manifested itself in right wing populism. But there's no reason that liberals can't tap into the anti-establishment wave, and that's what the Liberal Democrats will be betting on.
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