General Election if May’s Brexit deal is voted down

Tom D. Rogers for Evolve Politics reports “if Theresa May’s Brexit deal is voted down for a third time tomorrow, the government will call a General Election in an attempt to break the current Parliamentary deadlock”.

Is the threat of a general election an attempt to scare reluctant Tories into complying? Is Theresa May making the same calculation she made before she called the last general election, and trying to out flank Labour?


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