Ensuring equilibrium

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Theresa May during negotiations with Donald Tusk. Credit @MustafeKoker via Twitter.

Theresa May’s decision to hold a General Election may have originally occurred with the intention to cement her position as leader, with the potential alleviation in support for her and her ideologies ultimately contributing to increased negotiating power in Brussels. Yet, the results may have influenced the matter in a different direction, and whilst Labour’s advancement seemed a focal point, Brexit seemed to be priortisied by all. This seems to have continued, with the recent Parliamentary debates surrounding the deal itself perhaps reiterating the importance the negotiations seem to have in Britain, and why Theresa May’s success might profoundly impact the entire population. With the Government perhaps having found a compromise between themselves and the backbenchers, it seems advancements are being made, and if this negotiating capability may be replicated with EU officials, Britain may be held in good stead in the future.

The Government vocalised their plan for Brexit in their manifesto, and whilst their success in the election may have suggested their ideologies resonated with voters, this seemed set in stone, potentially implemented in the exact manner as outlined. As such, their declaration seemed to be met with opposition, and whilst it may be a natural assumption to suggest Labour may have been striving to influence the situation via their own ideologies, a multitude of Tory backbenchers may have had a similar goal.  As such, the necessity to find a resolve may have increased, and in reducing the opportunity for an uprising, the Government may have showcased their ability to react in complex predicaments.

As such, the resolution may be important in increasing stability in the Government, with this ultimately having a knock-on effect on the rest of the nation. Therefore, it seems the backbenchers may have voiced their desire for alteration to benefit Britain, with the concurrent advancement of their own careers perhaps also enabling this to occur. Whilst implementing innovation may naturally showcase the reasoning behind why they were elected into the position originally, their vocalisation may also reassure the public. This might be because they feel their elected representatives may be voicing their point of view, and therefore campaigning for their cause. Yet, it may be more poignant to focus on the union which they may have showcased, as in uniting with members from the Labour Party and SNP to meet a common goal, they may be bypassing their differing backgrounds to productively impact all. Considering they have also had earlier successes in this area, they may also be showcasing the benefits of campaigning in the correct manner.

Campaigners striving to become increasingly involved in the Brexit deal. Credit @1daywithoutus via Twitter.

Whilst the political advancements may be a key focal point, this debate may also have an important impact on the population itself. With a wide array of discussion in the aftermath of the referendum surrounding whether a fresh one may occur, and with this continuing to be debated on social media, it may create increased stability, most notably due to feeling better represented. Due to the influx of innovation potentially creating a superior future for Britain, it may potentially appeal to both sides of the vote, as whilst Brexit may ultimately occur, appeasing those who voted for the outcome, it may happen with terms beneficial to those who originally opposed.

Ultimately, whilst the debate may have resulted in a potentially complex predicament for the Government, a resolution seems to have rapidly occurred, with compromises from both sides. Considering the multitude of recent protests surrounding both Brexit and Conservative legislations, showcasing their ability to adapt and innovate in the best interests of the public seems to be increasingly important. As such, Theresa May might ultimately be achieving her original goal of cementing her position, as in prioritising Brexit she may make sure it remains at the forefront of focus, propelling her capabilities into the limelight. If she may alter the widespread opinion of the EU potentially holding the upper hand, her legacy may be ensured for decades, with a potential tenure extension following her accomplishments.

How might negotiating a compromise in Parliament be replicated during Brexit talks to create a superior resolve for Britain?


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