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Like the Little Flower, May is so discreet that even many members of her own party have doubts about what she actually believes.Both gestures have eclipsed even ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron's kowtowing to Chinese President Xi Jinping during Xi's visit to the U.K. in 2015 .When the election dust finally settles, a phony war between Britain and the European Union will ensue.This would entail acceding to World Trade Organization rules – or maybe no rules at all – with respect to Europe, which would put Britain at a significant disadvantage.The fact that May is facing the weakest domestic opposition imaginable may actually compound her difficulties. Still, May could frustrate Labour by holding an election this fall, which would strengthen her position vis-a-vis her party's Europhobic fringe and whoever governs Europe next year.
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