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It is not possible to “make a success of Brexit”

The only way out of this mess is another referendum

By Gina Miller  

Campaigner Gina Miller. Photo: Brian Lawless/PA Wire/PA Images

I am not a Remainer and I am not a Leaver—the terms are only of historic interest these days, much like Roundhead and Cavalier—but I am a practical, pragmatic person, not aligned to any political party. That means I have, right from the outset, had a problem with the way the government is handling Brexit.

What mystifies me about Brexit is that so few people—particularly in Westminster—have been able to approach it analytically, even rationally. With very little cost benefit analysis, or any…

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