May’s three votes hold key to Brexit salvation
An obstacle course of three crucial votes next week could leave the Irish government broadly content with the outcome, but the path to a partial Brexit salvation looks fraught
Theresa May attempted to restore order to the meltdown when she went into the House of Commons last week and surprised everyone with her three-stage endgame for Brexit. The British prime minister told MPs that she would bring her latest Brexit deal back to the House for a vote on March 12 and continued to say that she believes a deal will be delivered by the existing March 29 deadline.
But this time, she added something. If...
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