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Cosying up to the EU would do Britain more harm than good

16 June 2024

12:18 AM

16 June 2024

12:18 AM

If anyone thought our relations with the EU since the Brexit referendum would be a respectful dialogue of equals, they were quickly disabused. Relations remain, to use an understatement, strained. Three national opposition parties have all chosen to weaponise this unpleasantness, and call for re-engagement with at least some EU institutions.

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