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‘Hard Brexit’ on the horizon?

Officials in all 28 EU governments have identified “red lines” regarding Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. ||| London - European Union governments are refusing to grant the UK any leeway on the link between immigration and trade as it prepares to leave the bloc, raising the likelihood of a “hard Brexit”. Almost 100 days since a referendum signalled the end of Britain’s four decades of EU membership, a Bloomberg News analysis has identified a hardening of positions with even the UK’s traditional allies such as Ireland insisting it cannot “cherry pick” in the looming divorce talks.
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