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For Brexit to succeed, the government must consider process as well as policy

"Communication needs to be enhanced"

By Ben Howlett  

File photo dated 21/11/16 of Theresa May who has distanced herself from outgoing US president Barack Obama's hardline stance on Israel.

The Prime Minister has instructed the government to quietly consider what the UK’s position should be as we approach Brexit negotiations, and there are some merits to this approach. To exhaustion we all understand that Brexit means Brexit—we are leaving the European Union. But for this phrase to have any meaning, the government must provide further detail.

I welcome the…

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