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The Prospect Editorial: time for a Brethink?

What starts if Brexit stops?

By Tom Clark  

As first the man in charge of negotiating Britain’s EU exit and then the foreign secretary flounced out of the government, outsized egos and thwarted ambitions looked like the obvious explanation. They played their part, but they are not the whole story as to why Theresa May struggled to make her Chequers deal stick. Even putting aside the question that really can’t be put aside for much longer, about whether there is any hope of the rest of Europe buying…

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