May’s ‘government will listen’, but there’s nothing new to hear

While admitting a no-deal Brexit might be ‘a bit bumpy’, Brexiteers in Westminster remained defiant as they and others spoke to Susan O’Keeffe in London during a tumultuous week

20th January, 2019
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Theresa May tries to maintain her composure on the day of her historic defeat on Brexit

The March 29 Brexit deadline is looming, but it seems to be having little impact on parliamentarians themselves.

They should be putting the interests of the country first - to salvage a workable outcome that avoids the now daily announcements of stockpiling, chaos, uncertainty, closures, loss of jobs and flight of capital. This is not Project Fear, it’s Project Real Life, but many MPs and government members are continuing, ostrich-like, to stick with their entrenched views...

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