UK Prime Minister Theresa May's shock announcement to call a General Election for June 8 in an attempt to solidify her grip on power amidst the turmoil of upcoming Brexit negotiations has only served to further hinder the country's green economy and policy moves, an unintended consequence which will create policy and investment uncertainty for months to come.
UK PM Calls Surprise Election, Puts Green Economy On Further Hold was originally published on CleanTechnica.
LONDON — Theresa May will on Wednesday afternoon ask MPs to vote in favour of a general election being held on Thursday, June 8. The prime minister stunned the nation on Tuesday by calling for a snap election to be held in just over...
The British pound's surge since Prime Minister Theresa May's surprise call for an early election is an early sign of confidence that the country's exit from the European Union will … Click to Continue »
Prime Minister Theresa May's surprise call for June elections approved 522 to 13 by British members of parliament.
In a stunning about-turn, British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a parliamentary debate and subsequent vote on a proposal to hold a snap general election in the UK in 2017. During the debate, held on Wednesday afternoon in th...