Tuesday September 22, 2020

British public must share blame for Brexit shambles

24th March, 2019

Another week, another set of cliffhanger votes and yet more national humiliation. This week, MPs will once again gather in Westminster for a series of tortuous votes on Brexit as the rest of Europe (and much of the world) watches on, astonished at the blundering, incompetence, grandstanding and internecine bickering that passes for democracy in Britain these days.

The British public, punch drunk from a series of EU summits and parliamentary votes, have made their...

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