Analysis: Brexit waiting game continues as risk of no-deal remains high
With a new deadline set for Sunday, there is still all to play for but Brexit fatigue is setting in among the public and politicians
The only clear and present danger to the state that is bigger than Brexit is Covid-19.
Last night there was more drama in Brussels with an inconclusive dinner between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission president.
Their “lively and interesting discussion” has resulted in the British and EU negotiating teams going back to work with a new deadline of Sunday. But with time running out, the risk of...
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