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Who would get the blame for a no-deal Brexit?

A dangerous race will begin to shirk responsibility and insist the fault lies with the other side 

By Christopher Grey  

Many Leave voters will place the blame squarely with the Conservative Party. Photo: TOBY MELVILLE/WPA Rota/Press Association Images

It’s the beginning of November, and Britain has left the EU with no deal. There’s been no election or referendum to endorse this. Maybe the immediate effects are so negligible that far from there being any blame there is just widespread mockery of the Jeremiahs. Maybe they are catastrophic. More likely, they lie between the two but are sufficiently disruptive to irritate and even alarm the general public. There are shortages of some…

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