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This is why Britain is going to have a 'hard Brexit' no matter what

When Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50, starting the two-year negotiation period for the UK's exit of the European Union, all eyes will be on the type of deal Britain gets. And it looks like Britain is careening head-first into a "hard Brexit," restricting freedom of movement. The Conservative-led government is prioritising immigration in the nation's Brexit deal.
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