The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
With her strategy unclear and her position insecure, Prime Minister Theresa May plunges this week into tortuous divorce talks with the European Union that will shape Britain’s prosperity and global influence for generations to come.
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May meets Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene FosterReuters
At one of the most important junctures for Europe and the West since the 1991 fall of the Soviet Union, May’s government is reeling from a crisis of her own making the loss of her parliamentary majority in a June 8 snap election she did not need to call.
Such is the collapse of May’s authority that her entire Brexit strategy is being picked apart in public by her ministers, her lawmakers and her allies on the eve of formal negotiations which begin in Brussels on Monday at 0900 GMT.
Despite signals from both France and Germany last week that Britain would stillpost was originally published on this site