FOR A WOMAN whose catchphrase is ‘strong and stable’, Theresa May had a pretty wobbly time last week.
Last week, it emerged that the former Labour leadership contender David Miliband has been holding meetings with his old boss Tony Blair and with donors keen on funding a new breakaway centrist party, bringing together Labour and Tory people alienated from their own tribes. The gossip at Westminster is around whether a people’s vote, if it overturned Brexit, would be a big enough shock to blow the current party system wide open – creating space for something new.
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