Cruel Britannia: that’s the kind of economy they’ll get with no deal
The Tories are posturing and bluffing; Labour is in a leadership vacuum. It’s as if they’ve forgotten their own wellbeing is on the line
Another grim week in Brexit terms has passed and we are still none the wiser as to when or how this process will conclude. British prime minister Boris Johnson’s set of proposals, which were outlined on Wednesday, provide scant hope for an acceptable resolution by the deadline of October 31.
It appears that his ‘offer’ to the EU may be designed to plant the blame for a no-deal outcome firmly on EU heads, rather...
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