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The reality of No Deal, part three: chaos at Calais

A “cliff edge” outcome would cause chaos at the “borders,” plural 

By Thomas Sampson  

The latest round of Brexit negotiations has just finished but once again little progress was made. There remains a very real possibility that Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal in March 2019. Some hardcore Brexiteers are actively pushing for such an outcome.

This would have serious consequences, some of which have received a good deal of attention. In this series we’re running through some which haven’t. You…

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