London, April 20 -- In some countries, many get jittery when prime ministers announce an address to the nation. There's similar anxiety in the UK when Prime Minister Theresa May goes on her favourite walking break in north Wales.

The reason behind the anxiety is that in 2017, May famously decided to hold midterm elections while she was on a five-day walking holiday in Snowdonia with her husband, Philip May.

Soon after returning from the Easter break in April that year, she stood outside Downing Street, announcing the midterm polls.

The election outcome wasn't what she hoped for. She ended up losing the Conservative Party's majority won in 2015 under David Cameron. The scenario forced her to seek support of the 10-member Democratic Unioni...