The pantomime phase of Brexit is behind us
The Boris and Barnier Show might be unpredictable and filled with posturing but it’s the action taking place off-screen that should really worry us
Red-blooded Brexit brinkmanship is back and, oh, is this going to be rough. Negotiations do not start until next week and already manoeuvres have started. We thought we had seen it all in 2019; the withdrawal agreement that could never be agreed; the Conservative Party turning itself inside out and the Labour Party looking on as if it all had nothing to do with them.
When Boris Johnson stormed to a huge general election victory in...
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