We saw it coming
This is not just after the event wisdom - we spelled out in last week's newspaper exactly this eventuality and what it means for Theresa May; a figure not jut diminished, but broken, by this calamitous election.
She clings on with a grubby alliance with the DUP and she promises its business as usual. She's dreaming. What he electorate started on Thursday – the ending of her political career – her colleagues in the Tory Party will finish. It's only a matter of time.
What for Brexit then? Well, as we've always said – only a fool would make a firm prediction. But one thing is for sure; all bets are off.
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