Politics

Breaking down Britain’s parties before beating up Brussels

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There must be something rather poetic about seeing the Palace of Westminster bandaged with tarpaulins and propped up by a tower of scaffolding. Brexit, which the ringleaders presented as a blow only to Continental institutions, is rocking the bricks and mortar of Blighty instead.

Transformation is taking place inside Westminster just as much as it is outside. Thanks to Brexit, the UK’s two main political parties, the tiny fragments of which are flying around in the intensifying Westminster vacuum, find themselves in a position of existential crisis from which they may never emerge the same.

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