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U.K. | 30 August 2017 Six Reasons why a Soft Brexit now is more Likely than Ever
Six developments over the summer have increased the likelihood that the government will make concessions required to preserve unfettered access to the single market after formally leaving the EU in March 2019.

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30 August 2017 Six Reasons why a Soft Brexit now is more Likely than Ever

By Samuel Tombs

Six developments over the summer have increased the likelihood that the government will make concessions required to preserve unfettered access to the single market after formally leaving the EU in March 2019.

Posted: 29th Aug 2017 in 'U.K.'

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