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'The Bollocks Parliament': why Theresa May can't get a Brexit deal

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 12 March 2019
'Bollocks', Theresa May's attorney-general tweeted, just before he chose honesty over politics and wrecked her Brexit plan with his legal advice.
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