PAUL ROUSE: Regret that Peter Shilton’s suggestion to stage a Brexit debate with his old teammates was not taken up

It’s a tricky thing to visit England at the moment. writes Paul Rouse.

Every conversation that lasts any length of time inevitably moves on to Brexit.

Sometimes you get there straight away; sometimes it takes a little bit longer; but you always, always get there in the end, drifting onto the rocks, a siren song in your ears.

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