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“As of now, power resides not in No.10 but in the House of Commons. And it is precisely because power now lies in a leaderless body of 650 MPs, incapable of forging and agreeing a new Brexit, that I am so confident Brexit will be terminated.”
Tory former attorney general Dominic Grieve said it filled him with “gloom to see that the government had got to such a pass it had to rely on the advocacy skills of a criminal defence advocate to get it out of its difficulties.”