the cabinet of theresa may

With a landmark 2016 referendum, the Cabinet of newly-appointed Prime Minister Theresa May must work to unite a highly fractured British government by developing a European Union exit deal that satisfies with every appropriate faction. However, this is not an easy task by any means, as the Cabinet will be forced to deal with both an increasingly weary British population and an unyielding EU. To make matters worse, its previous deal proposals have been repeatedly rejected by Parliament. Will the Cabinet successfully negotiate an appropriate an exit deal by the deadline in March of 2019, or will the transition be marked by chaos and confusion?

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