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Theresa May began the week like a woman on the cusp of triumph.

Since Parliament’s return at the beginning of September the narrative had been her Chequers compromise was dead and the hardline Brexiteers had won. That culminated in open plotting by members of the European Research Group and wild claims that the Prime Minister would face a leadership challenge within days.

Then, as quickly as they had filled, the sails of the eurosceptics emptied. Their failure to produce a much touted alternative plan for Brexit, combined with a row over Boris Johnson’s “suicide vest” comments and reports of a softening stance on the Continent left the ERG seeming a “busted flush” and May poised to succeed.

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Theresa May began the week like a woman on the cusp of triumph.

Since Parliament’s return at the beginning of September the narrative had been her Chequers compromise was dead and the hardline Brexiteers had won. That culminated in open plotting by members of the European Research Group and wild claims that the Prime Minister would face a leadership challenge within days.

Then, as quickly as they had filled, the sails of the eurosceptics emptied. Their failure to produce a much touted alternative plan for Brexit, combined with a row over Boris Johnson’s “suicide vest” comments and reports of a softening stance on the Continent left the ERG seeming a “busted flush” and May poised to succeed.

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Theresa May began the week like a woman on the cusp of triumph.

Since Parliament’s return at the beginning of September the narrative had been her Chequers compromise was dead and the hardline Brexiteers had won. That culminated in open plotting by members of the European Research Group and wild claims that the Prime Minister would face a leadership challenge within days.

Then, as quickly as they had filled, the sails of the eurosceptics emptied. Their failure to produce a much touted alternative plan for Brexit, combined with a row over Boris Johnson’s “suicide vest” comments and reports of a softening stance on the Continent left the ERG seeming a “busted flush” and May poised to succeed.

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Theresa May began the week like a woman on the cusp of triumph.

Since Parliament’s return at the beginning of September the narrative had been her Chequers compromise was dead and the hardline Brexiteers had won. That culminated in open plotting by members of the European Research Group and wild claims that the Prime Minister would face a leadership challenge within days.

Then, as quickly as they had filled, the sails of the eurosceptics emptied. Their failure to produce a much touted alternative plan for Brexit, combined with a row over Boris Johnson’s “suicide vest” comments and reports of a softening stance on the Continent left the ERG seeming a “busted flush” and May poised to succeed.

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