UK Prime Minister Theresa May resigns. I do not know why it took so long. The fact is this: the world that United Kingdom wants will not happen in the very near future. So, they better be changing leaders because no one can take them to their designed equilibrium point. In the past, it used to be The Rise of Me Only; today, it is now The Rise of All.
That means – if you expect the world as it was 100 years ago, you are living in an illusion. UK benefited from the world, ravaging empires from Asia to Africa; now, it wants to sleep under its pillows happily, out of the world. That will not happen. Gone David Cameron, gone Theresa May, bring the next person. It will not change UK until it realizes that the new world is The Rise of All and citizens must make adjustments for that reality.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation in an emotional speech on Friday, finally bowing to intense political pressure over the failure to deliver her signature policy — Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Standing at a lectern outside Downing Street on Friday morning, May said she would quit as leader of the Conservative Party on June 7, but would stay on as Prime Minister until a successor is chosen.May said she had done everything she could to convince Members of Parliament (MPs) to back her thrice-rejected Brexit deal, but acknowledged that she had failed.
Next please…Boris Johnson, possibly. He will experience the same thing: sobering resignation. By the time markets begin to work on Brexit, UK will understand the world has changed. When they had the opportunities, they took over the world. Today, UK wants to hide, from the world it helped to confuse. It will take more time to have new babies that can deliver those new promises in UK.
Like I always say: if parents answered all our requests, we would be in trouble! UK has Brexit (supporting UK leaving the EU block) but UK will lose a “great British success story” as Dyson moves its headquarters from London to Singapore. Sure, the man who owns 100% of Dyson noted that it was not about Brexit but “future-proofing” the business.