Friday November 22, 2019

Government must remain steadfast in face of no-deal Brexit

Quite simply those opposing Brexit, plus those opposing a no-deal Brexit, must find a way to arrest the momentum building behind a crash-out scenario on October 31

1st September, 2019

Brexit is a process that has produced its fair share of hyperbole, from mendacious advertisements on the side of buses to flippant comments about technology at the border, the entire exercise has been characterised by inexactitude, wishful thinking and self-centred partisanship.

Despite this hyperbolic backdrop, it is accurate to describe this week’s forthcoming events as probably the most important in British politics since World War II. The Houses of Parliament are set to be the...

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