After a whirlwind few months, the Brexit waters were becalmed this week. The House of Commons broke up for recess while MEPs across Europe are preparing to hit the campaign trail ahead of the European elections.
Aside from talks between officials and ambassadors, there is now expected to be little progress on Brexit until June barring progress in Westminster.
Brussels hopes that British MPs, perhaps spooked by the re-emergence of Nigel Farage, might back the deal once they return from their Easter break. Yet unless Labour is willing to shift its stance, and in essence give the Prime Minister a helping hand, then this looks highly unlikely.
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