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YP Comment: Betty Boothroyd on the warpath

YP Comment: Betty Boothroyd on the warpath

TALK about telling it like it is.

YP Comment: Distasteful Brexit sloganising

YP Comment: Distasteful Brexit sloganising

there WILL be many who concur with Theresa May’s patriotic call for a ‘red, white and blue Brexit’ while others will lament the nationalist undertones to the Prime Minster’s clarion call during a trade mission to the Gulf. For a leader who promised ‘no running commentary’ on Britain’s negotiations with the EU, Mrs May appears to be doing her level best to contradict herself as every shade of Brexit is floated in the hope of unifying her party. What next? ‘Star-spangled Brexit’ in deference to President-elect Donald Trump?

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