Global Vision, June 14, Matthew Patten
As his statue sits locked inside its steel sarcophagus in Parliament Square, I’m reminded of the words Winston Churchill is alleged to have said to the House of Commons in the early days of World War 2. ‘The darkest hour comes just before the dawn.’
Ravaged by Covid-19, distanced from family and friends, facing the worst economic downturn in history, with rioting on the streets, Britain is in a mess.
But from perhaps the strangest and once the most controversial of places, there is light at the end of the tunnel. A flicker in the dark to give us confidence and belief in our future.
On Friday, the government confirmed once and for all that the Brexit Transition Period would not be extended beyond the end of this year.
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