May: Nothing has really changed

British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives to make a statement inside number 10 Downing Street

In her speech yesterday evening, Theresa May took a particularly dangerous line, trying to pit the ‘will of the people’ against that of Parliament’s elected representatives. In a statement that claimed that she wanted no long extension to Article 50, the PM said (rightly) that the Commons had never actually voted for a solution to the Brexit impasse, but her fault was trying to use that as a way to put them under pressure to finally accept her deal, whenever it comes back to the House.

Not a very Prime Ministerial position to take, Gerry says…

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