New vice-chair of Tory policy commission warns party over Brexit disunity

Communities secretary James Brokenshire sits with Mick Clarke, left, chief executive of The Passage, and Brian Ward, right (60), who has been a client of the homelessness charity for 19 years as MP Chris Skidmore urged Tory colleagues to return their focus from Brexit to domestic policies. Mr Brokenshire was speaking to volunteers and homeless people at the charity's base in central London as the government launched a £100 million plan to end rough sleeping on England's streets by 2027 PICTURE: Yui Mok/PA
A CONSERVATIVE vice-chairman has issued a warning to the party of the dangers of disunity over Brexit. Chris Skidmore, who was appointed this month by Theresa May to chair the new Conservative Poli[...]

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