On how we could have done Brexit, and how we might get out of this mess

Well, it’s one way out…

Whatever your political position, you probably believe that the whole process of Britain leaving the European Union has been messed up in some way, whether you’re someone who thinks we should have just quit everything with no notice on 24th June 2016, or if you’re someone who thinks it all went wrong when we didn’t sign up for the Euro and Schengen. We’d all probably…

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