Nobody wants to be left standing when the Brexit music finally stops

Effigies of Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and David Davis are driven past the Houses of Parliament in London. Picture: Yui Mok/PA

Last night at Westminster saw the end of the beginning of Brexit. The beginning of the end is not in sight yet, however.

How long it takes and what shape it comes in is still for the future.

Postponement beyond March 29, if it happens, is simply that. Clarity remains beyond the horizon for now. 

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