Theresa May’s cabinet: the new Brexit power bases she must unite

Theresa May has reshuffled her cabinet after a series of high-profile resignations over her Brexit plans, but faces a tough task trying to unite the competing power bases.

The soft Brexiters
When Theresa May brought her full cabinet to the Chequers summit last Friday, it was a statement of intent that a hard Brexit, which jeopardised UK businesses’ supply chains and the unity of the UK over the border in Northern Ireland, had no majority among her ministers.

One of the most urgent voices in recent weeks has been Greg Clark, the business secretary, who made the case not only for frictionless movement of goods but on the need for a mobility framework for UK workers to be able to fulfil overseas service contracts.

Head In Ass Supporter Comments on July 11, 2018 in Politics.
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