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Brexit will no longer be a significant event

The former Chair of Vote Leave says that Britain has wasted a good opportunity

By John Mills  

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker speak to the press in Brussels last week. Photo: Monasse Thierry/ANDBZ/ABACA/ABACA/PA

Many Prospect readers no doubt voted “Remain” in the June 2016 European Union referendum. How do those of us who voted “Leave” now feel about how the Brexit negotiations are going?

At least in my case, I voted “Leave” on balance. While recognising that there were advantages to the UK from continuing EU membership I thought they were outweighed by the cost, lack of control of our laws and borders, our involvement…

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