Prime Minister's flaws lock Britain out of Brexit resolution
London | Late on Wednesday night in London, British Prime Minister Theresa May stood outside 10 Downing Street and told reporters she would be holding fresh and urgent talks with MPs from across parliament to find a way out of Britain's seemingly endless Brexit impasse.
"Our door remains open," she said. But behind her, of course, the actual door of No. 10 was firmly shut.
It was an instant political metaphor. May's door simply isn't open. Other people and their ideas don't come in, ...