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'Don't worry, Rodney. This time next year, we'll be millionaires.': Why Theresa May has been sounding like Del Boy

Speaking in Egypt, May breezily declared that there was no need to seek an extension of time to Britain’s exit from the EU on March 29 because 'we have it within our grasp' to do a deal by then

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
26th February, 2019
Theresa May speaking at the end of the Arab-European Summit. Pic: Getty

British Prime Minister Theresa May sounded a bit like Del Boy yesterday when she was speaking at the end of the EU-Arab League summit in Egypt.

She breezily declared that there was no need to seek an extension of time to Britain’s exit from the EU on March 29 because “we have it within our grasp” to do a deal by then.

It was like that eternal optimist Del Boy in the...

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