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Yes—Will Hutton: Patience, I am phenomenally concerned. By 1st July the British government has to give notice to the EU if it wants to extend the transition period beyond 31st December of this year. Yet it is clear that it will not. Boris Johnson is imprisoned both by his own rhetoric of national “independence” and the need to keep the impossible pledges that won him the prime ministership. But within the timescale nothing but the most damaging of hard Brexits, with incalculable economic, political…

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