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In Britain’s snap election, Theresa May’s real opponents are inside her own party Add to ...

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Carl Mortished is a Canadian financial journalist based in London.

When British prime ministers call a snap election, there is usually one objective: to trip up the opposition. In the case of Theresa May, who has just announced her intention to seek a general election in June, it begs the question of who she is hoping to wrongfoot.

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