Wednesday January 22, 2020

Theresa May’s Brexit deal is dead. Pretending a no-deal Brexit must remain on the table will prevent a cross-party consensus

20th January, 2019

Statecraft is something which we naturally expect from those who hold office in the leading democracies of the world. We trust them to be wise and measured in the interests of their peoples.

We are entitled to be apprehensive where there are signs it may be absent. But mere apprehension must yield to justifiable fear where it becomes certain that it is entirely lacking.

We now live in hope rather than confidence that our worst...

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