The U.K. is about to hold a general election in one of the most charged political climates anyone can recall. Almost everything about this vote is unusual and unpredictable.
Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson is gambling an election will finally give him the numbers in Parliament to push through his version of Brexit. His rival, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, could put the whole thing to a second referendum. And then there are those that want to stop Brexit altogether.
But this time UK media outlets seems to have problems endorsing any political party to show their disgust with the state of politics.
Both the Financial Times and the New Statesman have declined to name a preferred candidate ahead of the December 12 vote.
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