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Brexit: A Game Of Two Halves

By Benjamin Thom, former MA student at the College of Europe. When Theresa May took to the stage at the Conservative party conference, the great hope was that she would finally move beyond the soundbite that Brexit means Brexit, and would provide the world with a glimpse of what Brexit actually means for her. She predictably referred to controlling immigration, to preserving economic growth, and to formulating a new relationship with the EU.
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