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Britain is nowhere near ready to trigger Article 50

It has been nearly two months since Britain voted to leave the European Union but the government isn't even close to being prepared to begin negotiating a Brexit. Theresa May, who succeeded David Cameron as prime minister following the result of the June referendum — quickly set up two new departments to handle Britain's withdrawal from the 28-nation bloc — the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) and the Department for International Trade (DIT).
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