Michael Gove is Britain’s unlikeliest rebel
The latest bizarre twist in the unfolding Brexit disaster involves the ambitious MP being compared, by a Tory colleague, with our own revolutionary hero Michael Collins
Of all the strange associations made in the political game of Twister that is Britain’s attempt to leave the EU, perhaps the oddest is the unlikely inspiration behind Brexiteer Michael Gove’s tactics as the leader of a new faction in the Tory Brexit divide.
A close friend of Gove has likened the would-be leader of the Conservative Party to Michael Collins. The Spectator magazine explained that Collins took part in the...
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