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What everyone knows but no one says about Brexit

29 October 2022

9:00 AM

29 October 2022

9:00 AM

Theresa May’s premiership is now a memory. Boris Johnson’s time in office assumes the status of a rather brief, if often embarrassing, interlude. Liz Truss has gone in short order. The threat of a comeback by Johnson has been lifted. What a rollercoaster.

Each of these events, in its time, took centre-stage in our politics and each prime minister became for a while the object of contempt, suspicion and rage.

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