Uncommon alliance or brief encounter?
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have lived their political lives in separate universes, but the Brexit shambles has brought them together. Can the marriage of their ideas break the Commons logjam?
Brexit is the first political policy decision in history to be made in public. Never before have voters been able to see their politicians – government and backbenchers – try to resolve a difficult challenge in the glare of publicity. Traditionally, especially in Britain, strong majority governments could do the work behind the scenes with Whitehall officials and then present solutions, however flawed, which were voted through parliament, with the ability to push aside tiresome...
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