Can Capitalism Work as Theresa May Wants?
Prime Minister Theresa May said U.K. companies have a responsibility to show how capitalism can “work for everyone” and soften the resentment of those who feel “left behind” by globalization. In her first major incursion into foreign policy, May addressed the shifts in society that drove the election of Donald Trump in the U.S. and the Brexit vote. As Britain negotiates its divorce from the European Union, May called on businesses to play their part in championing free trade and liberalism, two bastions that have fallen out of favor with the electorate. Cazenove Capital Management'S Richard Jeffrey, Eurasia Group's Charles Lichfield and Bloomberg's Simon Kennedy discuss with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."