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Brexit: preparing for the new normal - and possible disaster too

The consequences of Britain’s departure from the EU are so huge and far-reaching that Leo Varadkar’s government has had to draw up a massive bill to make sure everything keeps working

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
24th February, 2019

The sheer scale of the government’s mega-Brexit bill is a sign of just how disruptive the British exit from the European Union threatens to be. It is as if a key part of a well-oiled machine has been removed – and now there is a desperate scramble to put in the spare parts to keep it running.

There are changes in the Brexit bill to maintain the pensions of British people living here,...

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