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Tunnel vision could see a workable Brexit fudge

Good things come to those who wait, as the old adage has it

13th October, 2019

Good things come to those who wait, as the old adage has it. The journey towards a Brexit deal has certainly been a long and tortuous one, but if the speculation on what the mooted deal contains proves correct, it may prove to have been worth it.

The leaks have uncharacteristically - and perhaps encouragingly - dried up in recent days, as negotiators from the British and EU sides enter the famous Brussels “tunnel”, where...

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