progress. Geoffrey Cox risked blowing apart the cabinet truce over an Article 50 extension by suggesting it would be more than “just a few weeks or months” – unless Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn strike a deal. The prime minister is still clinging
Brexit is on course to be delayed until next year, the attorney general has warned, as cross-party talks to break the deadlock failed to make
to the hope of carrying out EU withdrawal by 22 May, but Mr Cox acknowledged time was running out before next week’s EU summit. Yesterday the cabinet faced a row over a referendum after Philip Hammond suggested it was a “credible” way forward.