Brexit bedlam in a bleak house

Brexit bedlam in a bleak house
Anti-Brexit activists, one dressed as Santa Claus, protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London last Tuesday

Chaos reigned in Westminster last week as Theresa May pulled a pivotal vote at the last minute, then managed to survive a motion of no confidence from her own MPs. So what’s the next plot twist in the box set that is Brexit?

Tahe clash of swords was visible in the Central Lobby and Great Hall of the House of Commons last Tuesday evening. Jousting and sparring were the order of the day, as enemies hit the ancient floors, only to recover their form and rise again for a further attack. And that was just the children; brandishing their balloon-type weapons, on their way home from the annual Christmas party for House of Commons staff and their families.

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