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Chris Moncrieff

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Failure to keep a promise

The ski slopes of Europe will be strangely bereft of British politicians this month, as MPs have had their February half-term holiday cancelled to enable Parliament to complete as much of the pre-Brexit business as they can before “D-Day”, March 29.

Opinion
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May has been a steadfast PM

Those rogue elements in the House of Commons who appear to be doing their utmost to prevent Brexit from ever happening will, if successful, be guilty of one of the greatest parliamentary betrayals of all time.

Opinion
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Patronising and shambolic!

It would be a preposterous act of betrayal of the British people if a second referendum were called, in an endeavour to resolve the Brexit shambles.

Opinion
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Will May’s plan get passed?

There were no obvious signs of wassailing or champagne corks being popped after the other EU Member States accepted Theresa May’s much-mauled Brexit plan at the weekend.

Opinion
Attacking policy not person?

Attacking policy not person?

Who on earth do Boris Johnson and his followers think they are kidding when they say they are merely trying to kill off the Chequers proposals for Brexit, and not to topple the Prime Minister?

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