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The worst outcome of Britain's unexpected vote to leave the European Union was the resignation of David Cameron as Prime Minister - not because he was a great leader (he wasn't), but because his successor is Theresa May, who promises to surpass even her feckless predecessor and become the weakest, most appeasement-minded Prime Minister since Neville Chamberlain.

As I was banned by Theresa May from entering Britain for the crime of correctly noting that Islam has doctrines involving violence against unbelievers, I know firsthand her anxiousness to please forces that do not regard free speech and open debate as positives for society. But there is more. As head of the UK Home Office, May announced a review of Britain's Sharia courts - then appointed Muslims to oversee it, drawing protests from human rights activists concerned that her review board would be too biased to note the courts' violations of women's rights.


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