Brexit: We’d be mad to trust anyone associated with it unless on our terms

Benedict Cumberbatch as Dominic Cummings in ‘Brexit: The Uncivil War’.

I spent a couple of hours last week glued to a drama documentary on Channel 4. 

And then, because it was so fascinating, and yet so outlandish, I read every single review of it that I could find.

It was called Brexit – The Uncivil War, and it told the story of how the Brexit referendum was won and lost. 

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