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23 Nov 2018

May sells Brexit deal to public in radio phone-in

It was the public, not parliament, that Theresa May spoke to today, but it was Jacob from Somerset and Boris from Uxbridge she was hoping to reach. She said if MPs rejected her agreement there would be no improved deal from the EU. We have been to a People’s Vote pop-up shop to find out if anyone’s buying it, and speak to Brexit-supporting Conservative MP Paul Scully, a vice-chairman of the party.