Friday July 10, 2020

'Scary' Brexit documents can give May ammunition

As the centenary of women's suffrage is marked, Theresa May faces a full-on political power battle with three 'unlikely lads' trying to find a way to heave her out of Number 10

8th February, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May gives a speech to female parliamentarians. Pic: Getty

Real government secrets have an entire apparatus of secrecy to ensure they actually stay secret. Just think for one moment of Cabinet documents. In all countries, including our own, these documents are not the subject of routine leaks. And this is not because the attendees are forced to eat the papers before they are allowed back into the real world again. Nor is there a crucible into which all papers are cast in a solemn...

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