All conservatives. All well outside the USA binary and culture wars mindset. If they wrote something about US policy, you would pillory them for inconsistency.
Theresa May, Angela Merkel and former PM Stephen Harper
Thing is that May, Merkel and Harper wouldn't "translate" to each other's national contexts either.
So everyone is outside of everyone else's binary, pretty much.
One constant, though, is that the left calls them all fascists no matter who and where they are.
SJW-ism is also more "globalized" than any brand of conservativism (at least within English speaking countries like the US, UK and Canada - not so much in Germany).
Unfortunately that's true at least for Harper. Canadian activists didn't seem to care what he did, they just kinda transposed their hatred for Bush onto Harper. He was a moderate who governed pretty consistently like his Liberal predecessors.
If you treat every conservative leader like a fascist, then you eliminate the political room for moderation.
Sure, Harper governed to the centre... With not-infrequent jumps pretty far to his right and some pretty huge missteps every time he started to get too comfortable.
But that says just as much about how ahitty the Liberal Party is, because you're right: that was totally par for the course during their last ten-year rule.