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Brexit may yet scupper Leo’s election plans

Varadkar could be tempted to set a summer date after the results of the latest poll

21st April, 2019

You would miss the House of Commons on the telly, all the same. Not even Game of Thrones can compensate. Indeed it’s not difficult to imagine the Speaker, John Bercow, playing a part in both dramas. And that’s before getting on to the rest of the dramatis personae at Westminster.

However, Leo Varadkar is more likely to identify the neverending Brexit drama with Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap. It is long-running, unpredictable and...

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