48 HOURS OF FARCE AND FURY REIGNITE STAGNANT BREXIT DEBATE

As we reach the end of one of the most dramatic weeks in the Brexit debacle, what have we learned about the state of the negotiations, the politics of the United Kingdom and the mindset of the European Union?

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