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and these have been unable to agree on a way to implement the U. K.'s withdrawal , as a result we will now not leave on time with the deal this was the beginning of the end for Theresa may she blames parliament for rejecting hated brexit deal and alienated pretty much everyone , as an uncertain brexit descended to foss motors William James says the prime minister's flames resilience is losing it's shine much if you disagree with Teresa rice politics lots of people say well look she stuck with it this resilience is %HESITATION has become her defining trait but actually it's also something which is isolated her from the people that she needs to actually deliver brexit what we've seen with Theresa may is that when her tail was defeated by parliament one of the biggest ever defeats in in parliament's history she didn't go away and and talk to people and work out what would get through parliament if this if she was able to try to get what she did was was but the same deal back and got the face it again and then but the same due back for a third time and got the face it again ladies first the step was to lose her majority in a snap election she didn't need to cold the woman seen as a study choice to oversee brexit city , until she did the unthinkable last week tending to her labor party opponents to seek a compromise that has course incandescent rage on the right of the Conservative Party they see this is the cool Jeremy Corbyn the labor leader I mocks as they see this is as pandering to a Marxist in search of a a solution that keeps her in the job they really hated as a divided Britain negotiates its toughest political crisis in generations this little faith in London or Brussels that may is capable of forging a brexit consensus she's promised to resign if a deal is polished and whether it is or it isn't the vote which is in her party a circling