May and Corbyn shift Brexit positions

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Both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are expected to make important tweaks to their respective Brexit positions, as the Prime Minister is expected to offer a potential extension of Article 50 to the Commons. After Jeremy Corbyn confirmed his party’s potential support for a second referendum in the near future, May is apparently going to offer MPs a chance before March 29th to delay Brexit if her deal is not voted for next month. May will be attempting to sell this to her embattled and stormy Cabinet this morning, with Brexit the only issue on the agenda.

The tide may well be turning towards a softer Brexit, Gerry opines…

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