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Six Brexit deals that Theresa May must strike

Britain’s exit from the EU will be far more complicated than most British politicians realise

By Charles Grant  

Italian Premier Matteo Renzi and British Prime Minister Theresa May shake hands during a press conference in Rome, 27th July 2016 ©Pool Roma/IPA MilestoneMedia/PA Images

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Negotiations and more negotiations, year after year. That will be the main business of Theresa May’s government for the foreseeable future. Britain’s exit from the EU will require at least six interlocking sets of negotiations, and they…

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