Theresa May doesn't have a lot of wiggle room left. Will she risk an election to increase her majority so she can try again to push through her Brexit agreement?
In the Local Elections of May 2018, Labour saw a swing of 8% to them and they increased the number of Councils they ran by 79.
The Conservatives saw a 3% swing against them and lost 35 Councils.
The Liberal Democrats saw a 2% swing against them but increased the number of Councils they held by 76.
Has anything changed since then that would show that the Conservatives would increase their share of the vote in a General Election?
I would guess that there are those in her party who would advise her not to fight an election it the hope that they can recover lost ground between now and the next election under the fixed term - which is not until May 2022.