Wednesday May 27, 2020

Forget worrying about the loss of our corporate tax regime, the European heavyweights have much bigger fish to fry

8th October, 2017
The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has a penchant for auspicious speaking venues Pic: Getty

Last week’s Tory party conference in Manchester will have serious implications for the Brexit process. Theresa May’s leadership now seems to be fatally wounded and, despite the natural desire to sympathise with any human being publicly floundering, the Conservatives are a ruthless lot.

This could not come at a worse time, with the Brexit clock running down. The last thing the process needs is a further delay while the Tories sort...

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