The ‘denial’ stage of Brexit

As Britain worries aloud in the form of endless policy papers, a hard Brexit seems more and more inevitable

10th September, 2017

The flurry of British government policy papers on various aspects of Brexit such as customs, Northern Ireland and the jurisdiction of the EU Court of Justice reflects the qualms within the British political system and civil service over the consequences of the Brexit referendum decision for the country. Even the opposition Labour party got in on the act. Labour is saying it would keep Britain within both the customs union and the EU single market...

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