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Non-Brexit issues could determine success of May's premiership

UK prime minister has inherited many long-standing, contentious policy decisions and vexing challenges.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 05:50

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Despite the national security criticisms flagged by some UK officials about Chinese involvement in Hinkley Point, Mrs May swiftly "green-lighted" this month the £18 billion (S$31.7 billion) energy project in the face of a looming UK energy crunch.

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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Prime Minister Theresa May should trigger Article 50, kicking off the formal Brexit negotiations with Brussels, as soon as possible so the process doesn't "drag on". Mr Johnson's high-profile intervention highlights growing

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