Support is waning for Johnson’s plague-year Brexit | William Keegan


Polls and pundits alike are wavering at the irresponsibility of further burdening an economy struggling under Covid

Denials predictably emerged from 10 Downing Street last week over the suggestion in the Observer that Boris Johnson was waiting for the result of the US election before possibly opting for a no-deal Brexit.

However I, for one, place a lot more credence on the judgment and reliability of Sir Ivan Rogers, our former ambassador to the European Union, than I do on anything coming from a Downing Street where “Eyetest” Cummings continues to rule the roost.

I am all in favour of an extension, preferably leading to an entire rethink of the wisdom of Brexit

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