In her new year message Theresa May has said that Briton’s will feel “renewed confidence and pride” in 2018., reports BBC. The prime minister said that while Brexit will be “crucial” in the coming year, it is “not the limit” of the government’s ambitions. It will focus on schools, the police and NHS to change people’s daily lives. “Most people just want the government to get on and deliver a good Brexit, and that’s exactly what we are doing”, she said. Mrs May said 2018 would also see her move closer to her goal of a “stronger and fairer” sociey. She said the gov ernment will “build more good schools” and more homes, “so housing becomes more affordable”, while also working to “enhance our natural environment for the next generation”.She acknowledged that 2017, during which she called a snap election, only to lose the Conservative’s Commons majority, was a challenging year.”That is true for each of us personally,” she added. The prime minister also lost three senior cabinet members to scandal during 2017.
However, she said: “The real test is not whether challenges come; it’s how you face them.”Whether you allow a task to overcome you, or tackle it head on with purpose and resolve.”
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