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Michael Gove showed Brexiteers how to justify staying in cabinet when he urged those sceptical of Theresa May's plan not to "make the perfect the enemy of the good". The Gove doctrine has its critics, Boris Johnson being the most vocal, but it has plenty of subscribers around the top table.

Dominic Raab told Tory members this week that he still thought the proposals thrashed out at Chequers were worthwhile, even if they were not "perfect". The Brexit Secretary went on to predict that the Government would end up delivering a "seven and a half out of ten Brexit".

And now Liam Fox has delivered his version of that message. “Not to deliver Brexit is the greatest political risk we could run,” the...

Michael Gove showed Brexiteers how to justify staying in cabinet when he urged those sceptical of Theresa May's plan not to "make the perfect the enemy of the good". The Gove doctrine has its critics, Boris Johnson being the most vocal, but it has plenty of subscribers around the top table.

Dominic Raab told Tory members this week that he still thought the proposals thrashed out at Chequers were worthwhile, even if they were not "perfect". The Brexit Secretary went on to predict that the Government would end up delivering a "seven and a half out of ten Brexit".

And now Liam Fox has delivered his version of that message. “Not to deliver Brexit is the greatest political risk we could run,” the...

Michael Gove showed Brexiteers how to justify staying in cabinet when he urged those sceptical of Theresa May's plan not to "make the perfect the enemy of the good". The Gove doctrine has its critics, Boris Johnson being the most vocal, but it has plenty of subscribers around the top table.

Dominic Raab told Tory members this week that he still thought the proposals thrashed out at Chequers were worthwhile, even if they were not "perfect". The Brexit Secretary went on to predict that the Government would end up delivering a "seven and a half out of ten Brexit".

And now Liam Fox has delivered his version of that message. “Not to deliver Brexit is the greatest political risk we could run,” the...

Michael Gove showed Brexiteers how to justify staying in cabinet when he urged those sceptical of Theresa May's plan not to "make the perfect the enemy of the good". The Gove doctrine has its critics, Boris Johnson being the most vocal, but it has plenty of subscribers around the top table.

Dominic Raab told Tory members this week that he still thought the proposals thrashed out at Chequers were worthwhile, even if they were not "perfect". The Brexit Secretary went on to predict that the Government would end up delivering a "seven and a half out of ten Brexit".

And now Liam Fox has delivered his version of that message. “Not to deliver Brexit is the greatest political risk we could run,” the...