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A belated analysis of the People’s “Loser’s” Vote, the investigation into Arron Bank’s funding of Leave.EU, Waitrose Food’s editor’s mauling of vegans, and Nation Police Chiefs’ Council chair Sara Thornton’s call to focus on burglary over misogyny are the three-ish topics this week.
Joining us Alastair Campbell, who demands a rethink of the topic selection.
Image based on Alastair Campbell, June 2014 by the Financial Times
A year ago I predicted that Britain was almost certain to trigger Article 50 and begin exiting the EU, after a narrow but clear victory for “leave” in the referendum.
So it has proved. In March prime minister Theresa May sent a letter to Brussels indicating that Britain will leave the bloc after 40 years’ membership. Legal commentary saw it as inevitable that once the article was invoked Britain would make for the exit, albeit with some resistance.
Now, who knows?