It has now been 23 months since Britain voted to leave the EU, and will be just over a year until it heads for the exit. But the continued political squabbling at the heart of British prime minister Theresa May’s government has been agonising to watch. The soft and hard Brexiteers in her cabinet remain at loggerheads and May has been unable to come up with an agreed negotiating position.
Her latest attempt last...
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