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Bob Neill on Brexit: stop entertaining jingoistic fantasies of a vocal minority

A lack of clarity over Brexit will do real harm to our economy. It’s time to put the pragmatism of the many over the narrow ideology of the few

By Bob Neill  

Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/PA Wire/PA Images

Discussing Brexit at the moment can feel a bit like playing a game of hangman. We’ve been told time and again that the government’s plan is to “pursue a new, ambitious economic partnership” with our European neighbours, but hazard a guess as to what that means in real terms and you will find yourself swiftly pencilling in a gallows, a rope and so on until you’ve run out of turns (and are left…

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