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How to stop Brexit

The EU should offer Britain a binary choice—it should remove all intermediate options such as the Norwegian, Swiss or “EEA-plus” and “EEA-minus” models

By Anatole Kaletsky  

David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union ©Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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Now the referendum is over, it is time for the real debate about whether Britain should “Leave” the EU to begin. Without clarity on whatever new arrangements might replace Britain’s EU membership this question is impossible to answer—and serious thinking about the alternative relationship is only just starting on both sides of…

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