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A hard Brexit will take the great out of Great Britain

Theresa May has finally spelt out the future of our country in her party conference speech. It will be hard Brexit. And it will be a disaster. The Article 50 process will be triggered next year and the government's negotiating position is that immigration will be prioritised over continued membership of the European Single Market. Of course, the official story is that curbs on immigration are the non-negotiable red line for the government, while they will also try to get the best trade relationship with the European Bloc.
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