Peterborough voted by an overwhelming majority for Brexit in the 2016 referendum. She broke all records with the number of ministers who quit her government during her less than three years at Downing Street.
Labour's success was largely due to a large ground campaign to get the vote out - something Farage said his party could not match because it had only been in existence for eight weeks.
Farage had clearly thought Peterborough would mark a triumphant entry for the Brexit Party into the House of Commons.
FILE - Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who is running to succeed Theresa May as prime minister, leaves his home in London, May 30, 2019.
May will remain in office as a powerless caretaker prime minister until the leadership election is concluded likely late next month.
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Whether the European Union can maintain this hard-line stance remains to be seen but regardless of who becomes the next United Kingdom leader, it seems certain they will be tackling the future relationship with Europe under the guise of the Withdrawal Agreement already drawn up under Mrs May.
Interested parties have until 5pm on Monday to apply for the job. "It was 20 years ago and yes, it was a mistake". 11 candidates have announced their intention to stand in the contest, including Boris Johnson, Dominic Raab, Sajid Javid and Rory Stewart. Voter antipathy towards Westminster means that the Brexit Party has made massive headway with voters and elections such as the European elections and the Peterborough by-election show the party's influence.
With more than 400 so-called "remainers" among the 650 Westminster MPs, it soon became apparent that May's job of bringing Britain out of the European Union had become a mission impossible.
Writing for The Telegraph, professor of political science Matthew Goodwin observed that the "instinctively conservative" working class who voted Tory in the last General Election are now backing Farage's party in part because "because nobody else seems to be talking to them".
She was forced by her party to agree to set out a timetable for her departure, but asked for time to give lawmakers a fourth chance to vote on the agreement in early June. The idea has been denounced by other contenders, both Brexiters and Europhiles. "I look forward to welcoming Lisa to parliament next week".
The EU has also completed its no-deal preparations, and while many in Brussels hope U.K. Parliament would prevent the country crashing out of the bloc, most are reluctantly resigned to the possibility that it could happen.
But her plan has been rejected three times by Parliament, doomed by hardline lawmakers who wanted more of a clean break and those who wanted a softer Brexit that kept close economic ties to the bloc.