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An instrument of unconditional surrender

9 March 2019

9:00 AM

9 March 2019

9:00 AM

In a previous article in these pages (Battle of Britain, Mk II, 1 Dec 2018) I argued that the European Union, as past masters of the art of whipping up demand for re-runs of referenda decisions not to its liking, had successfully narrowed down public debate in the UK to just three Brexit alternatives; the joint EU-UK withdrawal agreement; ‘crashing out’ on a No-Deal basis; or no Brexit at all.

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