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Like it or not, this promises to be a Brexit election. Which makes some sense, given that the nature of Brexit will have a profound impact on the political and economic context within which any future government will have to operate. And, while the way in which Brexit proceeds is clearly crucial, its real impact will be substantive—in the way it changes our politics, our external relations and, of course, our economy.
Assessing the impact of Brexit will, of course, be incredibly difficult, complicated by the…
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