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The liberal Brexiters have been a bit quiet in the last few weeks. That is from Duncan Robinson.  Of course that is a response to Theresa May’s announcement that formal Brexit talks will start this spring (NYT).  If true, that is likely to mean “hard Brexit” with no free trade treaty with the EU, no […] The post Good Brexit sentences appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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