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The great political parties may not survive the Brexit process intact

They are already weak, and as Brexit legislation moves through parliament they are coming under immense strain

By Jay Elwes  

Two things are happening in Westminster at the moment. The first is that the Brexit carnival is grinding to a screeching parliamentary halt, and second, our nation’s two political parties are showing all too clearly that they are no longer fit for purpose.

First, Brexit—as I have been writing since 2016, the process has been doomed from the start for three central reasons. The first was the Brexit case was wilfully ignorant of all fact; second it…

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