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And for some reason the EU doesn't share her highest red line that the Tory Party must be held together - even if it were possible to conceive of a document which could do this. From an EU perspective, why would you put your head in that bunfight, when the only possible outcome is mutually assured destruction?

But perhaps Theresa May is playing a long game. She knows the Tory/Labour duopoly cannot survive this disaster and is determined that it won't be the Tories that will bite the dust. If she can hold her coalition together longer than Corbyn can his, she might even win.

What happens to the UK in the interim is almost irrelevant.

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