Sunday May 31, 2020

The choice is simple: The May deal or chaos

When all’s said and done, the House of Commons won’t vote for a Brexit crash-out

18th November, 2018
British prime minister Theresa May makes a statement on the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement in the House of Commons

It’s important to recognise the exact nature of the crisis which has just enveloped the British political class. The Brexit referendum debacle, hugely exacerbated as the details of the European Union’s offer became more widely known, is now a full-scale cultural civil war. The Brexit proposal has acted like a can of petrol on the bonfire of British identity, and the subsequent explosion has engulfed the political spectrum from right to left....

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