TOPSHOT - Union and EU fags flutter outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London on March 28, 2019. - Faced with losing all control over the Brexit process, British Prime Minister Theresa May looks to have played her final card by announcing she will step down if MPs approve her Brexit deal. (Photo by Niklas HALLE'N / AFP)NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images
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Theresa May’s Brexit deal should be reintroduced into the UK parliament with a one-digit change, switching the date for Brexit from 2019 to 3019. This would provide an appropriate period to consider the matter. Brussels would sigh with relief and Brexiters could celebrate victory. Brexit would have been achieved, enshrined in UK legislation: Brexit means Brexit. The rest of us would resume our normal tasks.

Audrey Donnithorne
Hong Kong

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