Corbyn's tea with May could be a turning point

Corbyn's tea with May could be a turning point
May to move towards Jeremy Corbyn's customs union idea? Pic: Getty

Theresa May still has the wriggle room of a gnat to try to upend the backstop in the face of cohesive opposition from the EU – but she may be heading for a softer family-type Brexit deal, with a Corbynista touch

Finally, this week, Jeremy Corbyn got to sit in the same room as his arch-rival Theresa May. He didn’t get to set foot in Number 10; instead it was tea and biscuits in her very grand private parliamentary office in Westminster. And they managed to make it last a full 45 minutes.

It is about time that these two sat down for some frank Brexit talking. It is inconceivable that it had not happened during the...

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