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Telegraph Opinion Apr 18
Forget Ukip, the only way to rattle the pro-EU establishment is to back the Brexit Party says @JohnLongworthLML
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 16
EU leaders seem just as scared as Theresa May of a no-deal Brexit, says
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 15
David Lammy finds Nazi Brexit jibes 'absurd' — except for when he wants to vilify Brexiteers, says
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 12
The Brexit Party and Ukip's rivalry could blunt the power of a pro-Brexit protest vote, warns
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 11
This Brexit delay gives the UK time to work out what it wants in the row of the summer says
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Asa Bennett Apr 10
If only every MP fought for Britain like Mark Francois, we would be in a much better place, says
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James Rothwell Apr 10
Asa Bennett feeling very downbeat about Brexit today. Perhaps he was abducted by the Remain community and sprayed with rum
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 10
Brexit is a black hole which neither Theresa May nor European leaders can escape, warns
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Telegraph Politics Apr 9
'Juncker, Tusk and Barnier have behaved ruthlessly, vindictively and unimaginatively. Their intransigence over the backstop is infantile. “You voted for Brexit” they whine. “To us, that demands the irreversible breakup of your nation"' | Freddie Jordan
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 9
A long Brexit delay could end with EU leaders playing no-deal chicken with a Brexiteer PM, warns
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 8
Does Theresa May believe no Brexit is better than a no deal? wonders
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The Telegraph Apr 5
.: 'This is an exciting moment. We have arrived at a tipping point, where the splits affecting the Conservatives and Labour have become so significant they begin to fall apart. In some ways, this process had already begun.'
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 3
Want to make the soft Brexit nightmare end? All May asks is you back her deal says
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Asa Bennett Apr 2
Is a no deal Brexit an existential crisis akin to Lehman's collapse, or overegged hype? and AEP debate. What do you think?
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 2
If Cabinet ministers aren't afraid of a no-deal Brexit, why aren't they pushing for it? asks
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Telegraph Opinion Apr 1
A customs union is the real Brexit unicorn — and it would be wrong to pursue warns Tory MP
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The Telegraph Mar 29
Janet Daley: 'The most relentless campaign has been waged to depict anyone who opted for Leave as a xenophobic know-nothing'
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Telegraph Opinion Mar 27
The Letwin coup has driven John Bercow to launch his boldest bid yet to reshape Brexit says
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Madeline Grant Mar 27
All true except - 6 million didn't sign the petition - 1 million didn't march - A country that voted Leave is overwhelmingly represented by Remain MPs Odd how many who claim to be appalled by dodgy stats (e.g. £350 mn a week), have shared this so widely 🤔
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Telegraph Opinion Mar 26
MPs have already rejected a referendum. Shouldn't Remainers respect the will of Parliament? asks
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