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It’s not just Euratom—leaving the EU will be complicated by all sorts of regulations

The structure for European cooperation on nuclear issues recently became headline news. It's far from the only factor that will complicate Brexit

By Kenneth Armstrong  

Britain's withdrawal from the EU means dealing with all sorts of regulatory bodies. Photo: PA

With a further round of Brexit negotiations now underway, we are all learning far more about the institutions and processes of EU decision-making than we knew before the June 2016 referendum. Only the other week, the structure for European cooperation on nuclear issues—Euratom—became headline news when it was claimed that withdrawal from this organisation could disrupt access to isotopes uses to treat and detect cancer.

But if you were worried that Brexit might be…

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