Saturday June 6, 2020

No way out of the Brexit dead zone

Britain entered an existential circle of hell last week. Nobody seems to know what the next step is after May’s deal was voted down again. Could her agreement come up for a fourth vote or will all sides grow up?

31st March, 2019

Friday, March 29, was Brexit Day, until it wasn’t. Last week, the European Council took the crazy schedule that Theresa May had been clinging onto and shook it out and gave her two new dates to set her sights on, April 12 and May 22.

But it was hardly a stretch of the imagination for us to believe that May’s innate stubbornness would help her deliver Brexit by March 29, even if it was only so...

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