There could be political blood on the Chequers carpets
Theresa May has backed herself into this corner by promising weeks ago that the weekend Brexit lock-in would be productive and useful
The walls of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s 450-year old country house, Chequers, could tell a few stories, but by the end of the coming weekend, those walls will be creaking under the weight of the blockbuster that will unfold as the saga that is Brexit plays out its most important scene.
May has backed herself into this Chequers corner by promising weeks ago that the lock-in would be productive and useful. Little...
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