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The government has no clue how to deliver Brexit

Given that negotiations start ten days after the election, that's a problem

By Schona Jolly  

Photo: Steve Parsons/PA Wire/PA Images

As the lexicon of “strong and stable” is retired due to overuse and undermining U-turns, Theresa May has sought to shift the debate back onto Brexit. The new headline is that only she has a plan for Brexit and the ability to deliver, with the negotiations set to start a mere ten days after the general election. But the headline is entirely without substance and May and her team know this, which is…

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