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Brexit crunch time for Theresa May

As Theresa May attends her cabinet summit on Brexit today, it is clear that very little has changed

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

6th July, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May Pic: Getty

The British government has been warned by the EU to stop asking questions about Brexit and start providing answers.

But as British prime minister Theresa May attends her cabinet summit on Brexit in Chequers today to try to find an agreed way forward, it is clear that very little has changed.

The details that have emerged so far of her latest 'third way' on Brexit are not just deeply uninspiring, but alarming.

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