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Britain hits a new low as the EU has to save us from our own Prime Minister

What's worse is that they can't bail us out forever

By Jonathan Lis  

Anti-Brexit protestors in London. Photo: Om1/Zuma Press/PA Images

On Thursday night in a Brussels conference chamber, something happened that was so breathtaking it will define the history of post-war Britain. It was such an indictment of the state of our nation that it almost literally cannot be believed. A group of foreign powers intervened to save the British people from their own prime minister.

The short story is this. Theresa May has for several months pursued a straightforward policy of blackmail with her…

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