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What happens next?

From Brexit to the INM report, Super Mario’s exit to Elon Musk’s next move, Ian Guider looks at 20 flashpoints that will shape the news agenda in the coming year

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

30th December, 2018

Almost three years after the bitterly divisive 52-48 per cent vote in June 2016, Britain will leave the European Union at 11pm on March 29. As we’ve seen in the past few years, there has been nothing simple about exiting the EU. Expect plenty of fanfare and rhetoric about how Britain is taking back control of its future and of its own laws and borders. But, in reality, it will not be the start of...

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