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What would a “no deal” Brexit mean for the Erasmus programme?

Part four in Prospect's "Reality of no deal" series

By Paul James Cardwell  

Hardline Eurosceptics in the Tory Party—think John Redwood, Owen Paterson, Jacob Rees-Mogg—are increasingly talking up the “no deal” Brexit outcome. It wouldn’t be so bad, they say. Britain could muddle through.

Actually, such an exit would be disastrous. While we rightly focus attention on the headline issues of a border in Ireland and EU citizens’ rights, there are many other problems that leaving the EU without a deal might cause.…

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