Brexit political efforts too little, too late and too limited
The necessary British momentum and resolve required to lock down political agreement remains maddeningly elusive
In a week when legal proceedings dominated the British headlines, the more significant developments happened outside the courtroom. Some apparent shifting of political positions and some loosening of hardline language, however, may be too little, too late and too limited to avoid a looming Brexit Armageddon.
During another extraordinary week in British politics, Brexit continued to test and challenge the limits and capacities of the British political system. Toxic political divisions on Brexit spilled over...
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