She will be familiar to many readers as a journalist and commentator who has been published in the Daily Telegraph, The Times, the Spectator and elsewhere.
It’s really happening. After all the battles, diversions and setbacks, I almost have to pinch myself to be sure that finally we are going to leave the European Union. When my watch ticks past 11pm on Friday, I’ll celebrate, of course. But there will also be a lot of people on my mind. For a […]
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