Thursday January 23, 2020

May's last chance - or last dance?

The Novichok story will evaporate by the weekend and Theresa May will be back in the wretched Brexit trench

6th September, 2018
Protesters demonstrate against Theresa May's Chequers plan. Pic: Getty

If only there was a ‘red under every bed’, Novichok pouring from every vending machine and a lengthy list of Russian intelligence agents being parachuted into the country, all with aliases straight out of a James Bond movie.

That must have been Theresa May’s only thought this week, as she stood before the rested and sun-tanned MPs in the House of Commons, and read out the carefully manicured intelligence report on the Novichok...

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