Brexit is set to dominate our conversations for some time to come. There’s a risk that it falls into the religion, sex & politics “no-go” area at dinner parties. But it’s really unavoidable; it’ll sit there like the elephant in the room, lurking ominously, and it’s best you understand how to approach it sensitively around your aperitifs if you don’t want it to trample in unannounced. As it may already have done over the Christmas break. Here’s a guide on how to sound credible and avoid offence in discussing the topic, ahem, du jour, in the weeks and months ahead. “The PM’s failed again.” Whether you’re talking about Cameron or May, the failures of the prime ministers of the last three years have been multiple and self-evident. Cameron’s failure to see through the consequences of the referendum he himself promised. May’s failure to take a sensible negotiating position. Her failure to win a compelling majority in a general election, even her failure to deliver a compelling agreement with another party (bribing the DUP hasn’t made anyone happy, not even the DUP). Her failure to bring her own party together around her own deal, including the ministers responsible for drafting and… Read full this story
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