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Dominic Grieve: It’s time for MPs to put country before party

Our tribes are dysfunctional, but they won’t break down before Brexit. MPs must work across them—and let go of any "new centrist party" ideas

A second referendum is beginning to look like Britain’s only way out of the maze. Photo: Rex/shutterstock

As a Conservative Remainer MP I have spent the last two years hoping that the process of Brexit might come to change my opinions on the risks I saw it bringing to our economic wellbeing, our national security and our quality of life. But despite my best efforts to try to see silver linings to clouds, I find myself today even more strongly of the view that we are heading for a…

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