Cameron arrived at Downing Street one of the youngest Prime Ministers in British history, full of hopeful promises that would pull Britain back from the brink of recessions. However, the bleakness of his legacy does not reflect the man who first came to power.
The Mayor of London has little widespread power, but his mere existence as a left-wing politician in a position of power is enough to bring hope in this ever hating world.
Theresa May is a new entity. Like any other politician she will be loved by some, hated by others, and tolerated by most. She has policies I don’t agree with, policies I do. I wonder how long she will last considering her technically-not-elected status. But I hope she does well, not from a pro-Conservative perspective, but from a feminist one.
The U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union has imperiled the future of many of its young people. Sophie Taylor, a British Student writes, “I’m worried that this out vote will mean that these freedoms and these schemes will be taken out from under me, just when I’m reaching the point in my life where I can take the most advantage of them.”