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Over the past two years commentators and those who disagree with the Prime Minister have accused her of “running the clock down” with her Brexit negotiations. In one sense it is a self-evident fact, the triggering of Article 50 means that every second where there is no Withdrawal Agreement the clock ticks on ever closer to the 29th March and Brexit Day.

Brussels takes smug pleasure in telling the UK at every opportunity that “the clock is ticking” as if it is some kind of doomsday clock.

Those who criticise Theresa May for running the clock down are usually those who have a very different view of how our arrangements with the European Union should play out. Those who want a second referendum,...

Over the past two years commentators and those who disagree with the Prime Minister have accused her of “running the clock down” with her Brexit negotiations. In one sense it is a self-evident fact, the triggering of Article 50 means that every second where there is no Withdrawal Agreement the clock ticks on ever closer to the 29th March and Brexit Day.

Brussels takes smug pleasure in telling the UK at every opportunity that “the clock is ticking” as if it is some kind of doomsday clock.

Those who criticise Theresa May for running the clock down are usually those who have a very different view of how our arrangements with the European Union should play out. Those who want a second referendum,...

Over the past two years commentators and those who disagree with the Prime Minister have accused her of “running the clock down” with her Brexit negotiations. In one sense it is a self-evident fact, the triggering of Article 50 means that every second where there is no Withdrawal Agreement the clock ticks on ever closer to the 29th March and Brexit Day.

Brussels takes smug pleasure in telling the UK at every opportunity that “the clock is ticking” as if it is some kind of doomsday clock.

Those who criticise Theresa May for running the clock down are usually those who have a very different view of how our arrangements with the European Union should play out. Those who want a second referendum,...

Over the past two years commentators and those who disagree with the Prime Minister have accused her of “running the clock down” with her Brexit negotiations. In one sense it is a self-evident fact, the triggering of Article 50 means that every second where there is no Withdrawal Agreement the clock ticks on ever closer to the 29th March and Brexit Day.

Brussels takes smug pleasure in telling the UK at every opportunity that “the clock is ticking” as if it is some kind of doomsday clock.

Those who criticise Theresa May for running the clock down are usually those who have a very different view of how our arrangements with the European Union should play out. Those who want a second referendum,...