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Hard Brexit and Soft Brexit

Politics / UK Politics : Analysing British Politics

That is the real political choice now, argues this interesting article: The real choice In the ballot of Conservative Party members, Theresa May would represent 'soft Brexit' and Andrea Leadsom 'hard Brexit'.

Snapchat Update: Bye Bye “Best Friends” List, Hello Emojis

News : The Inquisitr - News

Snapchat has a new update and it’s a huge win for the privacy of their users. The Best Friends List is gone for good. Now Snapchat will add emojis to snaps which indicate the relationship between the sender and receiver, Techcrunch ...

Scottish nationalists say UK has 'no mandate' for hard Brexit

News : Reuters: World News

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has no democratic mandate to pursue a 'hard Brexit' that would cut political and trade ties with the European Union, the Scottish National Party said ahead of its annual conferen...

What does a hard Brexit or a soft Brexit actually mean?

News / International Affairs : Open Europe

As discussion over what happens next following the UK’s vote to leave the EU intensifies, people have increasingly used the terms ‘hard Brexit’ or ‘soft Brexit’. However, these terms are rarely defined and can mean different things ...

Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit?

News / International Affairs : The Adam Smith Institute Blog

A few thoughts on the current debate between hard and soft Brexit, and why I prefer soft Brexit: “Hard” and “soft” Brexit are not clearly-defined positions. They are usually thought of as being the UK getting no deal with the EU at ...


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