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A potential Brexit landing point moves slowly into view?

Last month Sam Lowe argued that something like single market membership for goods could solve the Irish issue. In light of the crunch Chequers summit, re-read his view

By Sam Lowe  

Brexit secretary David Davis and EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier arrive at No 10. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images

Amid all the chaos and confusion, is a possible Brexit landing point moving into view? It appears that Theresa May is inching towards pushing for a post-Brexit relationship that would see the UK remain in the European Union’s single market for goods, VAT area and customs union—while leaving the single market for services and ending the free movement of people. We at the Centre for European Reform have called this the Jersey option, as…

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