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Adam Forrest@adamtomforrest
Wednesday 28 April 2021 07:39
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We’re living through another extraordinary period for British politics. Boris Johnson’s government is now mired in “sleaze” allegations, with several parliamentary inquiries set to pick apart claims of cronyism during the Covid crisis.

Nicola Sturgeon and her SNP team are planning for months of high drama ahead – with the party promising to hold a “legal” vote on separation if a majority of pro-independence MSPs are returned at next month’s Holyrood election.

And Brexit issues are refusing to go away. Downing Street and Brussels remain at a high-stakes impasse over the implementation of protocol arrangements for Northern Ireland, with the recent outbreak of violence in the province putting everyone on edge.

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