Tuesday July 7, 2020

Parliament will veto a British crash-out

The chaos in Westminster makes it difficult to predict the outcome of the Brexit crisis, but a second referendum may be the only way to avert a no-deal disaster

9th December, 2018

The fog in the channel has not cleared. Unfortunately, even after next Tuesday’s vote we are unlikely to have clarity. The drama being played out at Westminster is unlike anything we have ever seen. Division and delusion dominate, so much so that even at this late stage it is impossible to anticipate the Brexit endgame.

The British government is confronting, not just a political crisis, but a constitutional one. Decision by referendum has...

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