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Ken Clarke: Theresa May Has 'No Idea' How To Deliver Brexit

British prime minister Theresa May has been criticized over her competency to negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union, as former chancellor Ken Clarke claims she has “no idea” how to deliver Brexit and revealed he would vote against leaving the European Union in the House of Commons. In an interview with the New Statesman, Clarke, who first entered Government in 1988 and left in 2014, said: “Nobody in the government has the first idea of what they’re going to do next on the Brexit front.
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