You already know this:
UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation after moths of political turmoil, admitting that she had been defeated by the challenge of delivering Brexit.
But, nevertheless, many admitted that she had one of the most difficult mandates in the last century.
She would resign on Friday June 7, after 1,045 days in office.
“I did my best,” she said.
Over the last 6 months, there have been intense political pressure to force her resignation, from her own party and from opposition parties.
Both brexiteers and remainers have called her a traitor and protests were organized by both sides to show their discontent with the way she managed Brexit.
She had to negotiate and eventually administrate the BREXIT - one of the most dramatic political change in UK recent history. Her own party, just as well as the country was splinted between remainers and brexiteers.
Downing Street historian Sir Anthony Seldon, a stated once for HuffPost UK that
“it is pretty difficult to find any prime minister in the last 100 years in truth who has had such a difficult first year. (...) The Tory Party is now more in trouble than at any point for 100 years since the immediate aftermath of the First World War,”
And, to be honest, starting with June 7, it is the job of historians to evaluate her job as a PM.
But what do you feel today?
Was Theresa May a good Prime Minister?
Comment below with your best arguments.