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Desperate new Tory Brexit compromise is as pitiful as all the others

Desperate new Tory Brexit compromise is as pitiful as all the others

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... is probably why nobody from Scotland On Sunday wanted to have their name on this toe-curling piece of second-hand, lifted-from-another-paper garbage.

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