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Britain must explain Brexit strategy to limit uncertainty: think tank

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain needs to begin explaining its Brexit strategy to avoid prolonged uncertainty for businesses and negotiating partners, a London-based think tank said on Thursday, warning that internal squabbling risked undermining the government's position.
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