LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May looks set to face an electoral rebuff on Thursday (May 3) as tens of millions of voters take part in elections to decide the composition of England's local authorities.
The polls give voters the first chance to pass judgment on her government's handling of the separation negotiations from the European Union, and all the indications are that the electorate will give Mrs May the thumbs-down; the only question is just how big the drubbing will be.
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