Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis. Photo: Monasse Thierry/AND/ABACA/ABACA/PA Images
Britain is leaving the European Union. These are uncertain political times, but this, understandably, remains conventional wisdom. Whatever the confusion surrounding the precise nature of Brexit, not to mention the route by which we are to get there, Britain will, one day down the line, leave the pesky Eurocrats behind. This much looks certain, to Remainers and Brexiteers alike.
After all, Theresa May has triggered Article 50. Negotiations have begun. The government has committed totally…
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