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Last week’s most-read on TCW


THE tally of last week’s most-read posts on TCW shows that Brexit dominates all, through our sleeping and waking hours – we can neither forget it nor dispense with the fear that we may be cheated of the referendum result. These are the top five:

1. Peter Gardner’s Has May been plotting a return to the EU all along? took pole position.

2. David Keighley’s account of The BBC’s brazen operation to ramp up no-deal paranoia was a hot second.

3. Andrew Cadman’s The Death throes of Tyrannosaurus Brex also attracted an unusually high number of readers.

4. Michael St George’s The Remainer coup is under way. The fix is in was next – and little has happened since Mike wrote this to disabuse us.

5. TCW’s writers’ reaction to the defeat in Parliament of Mrs May’s Withdrawal Agreement, Be under no illusion. This was not a victory for the Brexiteers completes our round-up.

Had it been a normal week – if such a thing ever occurs these days – it is almost certain that our sixth entry would have made it into the top five. If you missed Alan Ashworth’s Off the Beaten Tracks: Dylan’s finest hours? don’t. You can read it and listen to them here.

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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