UK PM Theresa May has resigned, unironically, at the end of May. Like a Game of Thrones character in its final season, she will disappear from the world stage having achieved nothing and leaving us wondering what was the point of her.
Her premiership will go down in history as something that happened between the years 2016 and 2019, before the world descended into World War III, but only distantly connected to that. It is unlikely that future history students will waste any time learning about her doomed life in politics, which will be a great relief to them.
Most futurologists now predict that in the future there will be no historians. Just a few brave nerds trying to piece together what happened from a few yellowing scraps of newspaper and a USB stick containing mostly porn - the only high tech items that will survive the Earth after it transforms into a barren scorching desert populated by Mad Max-style barbarians.
As we proceed down that irreversible spiral toward destruction, it is possible that at some point we may look back at Theresa May's shit leadership and think "it wasn't so bad in comparison with what came after."