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Invoke Article 50? Never say never—but it is becoming less likely by the day

It's no certainty that the UK will ever leave the EU

A worker on a lift adjusts the EU flags in front of EU headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 ©Virginia Mayo/AP/Press Association Images

The Leave campaign won the referendum battle—the question is now whether it can win the Brexit war. This is in doubt. Winning the referendum was not enough. The vote was not legally binding. This means that it was nothing more…

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