Month: November 2018

Theresa May: Back my deal or it’s back to square one

It took around 40 minutes yesterday over breakfast in Brussels for heads of government and state to agree the deal from Britain’s Prime Minister to exit the European Union. Around 600 pages of the Withdrawal Agreement plus 20 pages of the ‘Political Declaration’ have clearly been fully digested – the culmination of over 18 months …

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The PM and Brexit: So, who are the ‘Pizza Club’ and are they running out of steam?

Amid the frenetic activity surrounding Theresa May’s Brexit Deal, including a thus far slow attempt to trigger a no confidence vote, Cabinet resignations and the DUP all but breaking the confidence and supply agreement with the Tories, a small band of existing Cabinet Ministers have found a mutual love of pizza. And, of course, a …

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The Brexit Deal looks dead in the water, but the PM is clinging to her life raft, for now…

Theresa May is facing the fight of her life to get her career-defining Brexit Deal through her Tory colleagues and then Parliament… Yesterday the resignations started early. First it was Northern Ireland Minister Shailesh Vara, a known ultra-loyalist. Then it was Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, affable, well-liked and despite being a long-standing Eurosceptic, a team-player …

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