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The Prospect editorial: Crunch time on Brexit

It’s fair to say that Brexit isn’t going as anyone had hoped. If you don't believe me, just ask Arron Banks

By Tom Clark   December 2018

A flag flown by pro-EU protesters taking part in a march in London. Photo: PA

It’s fair to say that Brexit isn’t going as anyone had hoped. Don’t take my word for it, ask the bankroller of Leave.EU, Arron Banks, who in November said he was so despairing at the direction it had taken that “if I had my time again I think we would have been better to probably remain and not unleash these demons.”

The public is having some second thoughts too. The headline Leave vs Remain…

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