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British politics is broken; we need democracy to fix it

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 17 January 2019
British politics is broken; we need democracy to fix itAn Australian-born Labour MP in the British Parliament assesses the mess Britain confronts with the collapse of Therese May's Brexit deal.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government has won a no confidence vote, but still needs to find a way out of the deepest crisis in British politics for half a century.

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