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Ignore the ultra-Brexiteers, an EU deal is essential

Negotiations won’t be easy, but it’s clear what Britain should be aiming for

By Larry Whitty  

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This week, Theresa May submitted to Donald Tusk a letter formally triggering Article 50. The process for Britain leaving the EU has begun.

No-one really yet knows how—or even when—that process of withdrawal will end. But over the past few months the House of Lords European Union Sub Committees have produced a range of reports on the implications of Brexit.…

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