Here’s how HMRC is billing Brexiteers
Recently, the UK came dangerously close to an entire news cycle that didn’t mention Brexit. For a brief moment, it felt as if there was no new ground to go over, that all paths had been trodden and every tree barked up. What more, after all, could there be to say? Little did we know, but we were not out of the woods yet, because somewhere between Whitehall and Fleet Street, a new story was coming into bloom.
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