In front of a packed audience at Lancaster House, Theresa May delivered a speech outlining some of the key components of the Brexit deal that she is seeking. As Fraser Nelson dissects in his piece, there was confirmation of the UK's exit from the single market and customs union, along with other telling hints about her negotiating strategy.
Isabel Hardman is joined on Coffee House Shots by Fraser and James Forsyth, the Spectator's Political Editor, to pick out the essential soundbites from May's speech, which opened, not unlike the Spectator's Brexit endorsement, by encouraging the UK to go 'out, into the world'.
You can listen to their discussion here:
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