Party anticipates difficult night as voters get chance to show exasperation over Brexit process
“The public have had enough,” the prime minister told voters in her televised address from the podium in No 10 last month. “You’re tired of the infighting. You’re tired of the political games. Tired of MPs talking about nothing else but Brexit.”
On Thursday, many of those voters will get their first chance to go to the polls, since Westminster entered deadlock and Brexit was delayed. Election-watchers expect them to use it to hammer Theresa May’s Conservatives.