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How Corbyn and May could find consensus on Brexit—and what the result might look like

The biggest hurdle will be the political declaration. But there may be a way to reach consensus

By Marley Morris  

Can Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn reach an agreement on Brexit? Photo: PA

In the latest surprise twist in the never-ending Brexit saga, Prime Minister Theresa May has offered an olive branch to opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn. Talks between the two negotiating teams appear to be proceeding at pace.

Many have assumed that no compromise between the two leaders is possible—and given their political differences, there is every reason to be sceptical about the possibilities of a breakthrough.

But in the small chance that May and Corbyn do come…

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