Theresa May needs a ‘coalition of the sane’ to stave off Brexit calamity | Simon Jenkins

There is no public or business demand for a cliff-edge Brexit. The prime minister has to work with other parties to sideline the Tories’ extremist minoritySo high are the Brexit stakes that divorce talks were always likely to go to the line. After yesterday’s “deadlock”, this appears to be the case. There must surely be an urgent heads-of-government session, at least involving Britain, France and Germany, to cut a deal on cash and talks on trade. It is time to bring on the grown-ups. Related: Another month, further deadlock – this isn’t what the Brexiters promised | Hugo Dixon Continue reading......

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