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Why aren’t Remainers winning the argument?

As the Brexit disaster unfolds, pro-Europeans should be clearing up. Here's what they're doing wrong

By Alex Dean  

An anti-Brexit busPhoto: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire/PA Images

It can sometimes feel as though Brexit has sent Britain into meltdown. The economy is faltering, with Britain falling from the top of the G7 growth table to the bottom. The government is in a state of crisis, hopelessly divided over what future relationship it wants with the European Union. Worst of all, the Good Friday Agreement is under threat as Brexit hardliners seek to bulldoze all obstacles in their way.

So you might think…

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