How can the Brexit stalemate be broken?

How can the Brexit stalemate be broken?
 

It was obvious from the morning of 9 June 2017, when Theresa May woke up to find the electorate had stripped her of her majority, that crafting a Brexit that could win support in parliament as well as in Brussels would be a formidable challenge.
Since then, the prime minister has been masterful in postponing the inevitable moment of reckoning within her party – but the row about how closely Britain should cleave to the EU after March 2019 is now being fought in Westminster.
Since the Chequers agreement shifted the government’s position significantly in a soft Brexit direction, it has been... read more

 
17 July 2018 in Politics, Views: 28
Source: Guardian
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