Denis MacShane: The party which pledges a second referendum will take No 10

Like a giant, ugly toad, Brexit is set to squat on our political life for years to come. Theresa May’s handshake with Jean-Claude Juncker and her written agreement with the Irish prime minister Leo Veradkar allows 2018 to begin with a discussion of Britain’s future economic relations with the EU. Now Britain enters a very long period of uncertainty. The Tories will have to go into an election in 2021 or 2022 without any Brexit finality. It took 16 years … Continue reading Denis MacShane: The party which pledges a second referendum will take No 10