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  • Deal or no deal? The Brexit road ahead

    As Theresa May prepares for the showdown Brexit vote on Tuesday, the government is stepping up its contingency planning for crashing out of the EU without a deal. The Guardian’s Patrick Wintour sets out the routes available to the government as the exit date fast approaches. Plus in opinion: Owen Jones on responding to increasing abuse on the streets and online This week, the government has released radio adverts warning Britain to prepare for a no-deal Brexit. Next week, MPs are due to vote on...

    the Guardian
  • Brexit: 'No deal' could be a big deal indeed

    Last week, Theresa May lost the vote on her EU deal by the biggest margin in the history of Parliament. Nigel Farage has called her the worst prime minister in living memory. She is certainly the luckiest, for no matter how many political disasters she seems to preside over, she still has the keys to Number 10.

    Washington Examiner
  • Why No Deal Is the Real Deal: Brexit and the Politics of the Interregnum

    Maurice Glasman Leaving the European Union is the necessary goal of the left in Britain. The post Why No Deal Is the Real Deal: Brexit and the Politics of the Interregnum appeared first on The Nation.

    The Nation
  • Deal or no deal? Let the Brexit battle recommence

    The biggest poll since 2016 shows the mood in the country is polarising As the former cabinet minister sat at home trying to enjoy the last few days of relative peace before parliament reconvenes, there was a knock at the door. It was an enterprising tradesman, handing out his card. “Need any work doing?” he asked. The Tory MP declined, but the tradesman was undeterred. “We’ve got some great deals – better than Theresa May’s!” The former minister had to laugh: “You know you’re in trouble when...

    the Guardian