Perhaps, after her abysmal performance in the last two days, May is forced to resign. Perhaps Lidington takes her place pending a Tory leadership election. Meanwhile, a consensus arises around revoking the Article 50 notice, on the Brexitiers part, to avoid a slow slide into vassalage and, on the Remainers part, to avoid Brexit.
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Peter G Harris is a barrister and was a senior civil servant responsible for advising ministers in the UK on policy and legislation for reforming the civil law and civil justice system. He is now based at Exeter College in the University of Oxford where he teaches and continues to think about the law as an instrument of public policy. View all posts by Peter G Harris