Wednesday January 22, 2020

By calling on Tory MPs to vote down her own deal, Theresa May has shown her word cannot be trusted by the EU or by Ireland

3rd February, 2019

The unstated plan of the hardline Brexiteers is to use the threat of a no-deal Brexit as leverage in a hoped for negotiation with the EU in which, they hope, Britain will end up with a tariff-free free trade deal with the EU, access to the single market and the unfettered right to conclude free trade deals with third countries outside the EU’s common external tariff barrier.

This hope is an act of...

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