Saturday February 22, 2020

Tom McGurk: A year since Brexit and turmoil reigns

Twelve months on, we are still in the dark about the realities of Brexit

25th June, 2017
The talks in Brussels could not have started off worse for Theresa May Picture: Getty

A year ago this weekend, Britain voted to leave the EU, and we are still none the wiser about the dimensions of the collateral damage this state may face as a result. The guessing game goes on. The latest conundrum we now have to learn all about is something called the ‘Salisbury Convention’.

What’s that? Apparently, it is another bypass in that deeply Byzantine process called British democracy. It means that the Lords...

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