Lies, Purging and Prorogation: Two Pivotal Weeks in Brexit

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Britain seemed poised at times between a proud tradition and something new and menacing, a populist flouting of customs and institutions in the name of “the people.”

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Brexit: UK ministers talk up Irish border compromise as key to deal

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Stephen Barclay and Priti Patel insist focus is on achieving agreement before 31 October Two of Boris Johnson’s senior cabinet ministers have talked up the possibility of securing a Brexit deal through some divergence on the rules in Northern Ireland, as the government’s rhetoric showed fresh sig...