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Theresa May just made a huge strategic error on the timing of Article 50

Theresa May has made a huge strategic error by announcing that the UK will trigger Article 50 in March 2017. That's because the timing of the trigger is actually more important than the substance of the talks themselves, if Britain is to negotiate its Brexit package from a position of strength. Here's why. Article 50 isn't simply a request to leave the EU. It contains a crucial two-year deadline.
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