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What does Brexit mean for Cyprus?

The island needs a strong Europe for its future security and prosperity

By Vicky Pryce  

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Alarm bells have been ringing in Cyprus over Britain’s vote to leave the European Union in the referendum of 23rd June. The Cypriot residents in Britain, who with Maltese residents were the only other EU citizens allowed to vote in the referendum, would have voted overwhelmingly for Britain to stay.

Theresa May announced at the start of the Conservative Party Conference on Sunday that Article 50 will be invoked by March 2017—and that the government will…

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