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MORGAN STANLEY: There's still a chance that Britain won't actually leave the EU

There is a small chance that the UK could still stay in the European Union, despite the country's vote to leave the bloc, according to new research from economists at Morgan Stanley. In a new note released on Monday, MS economists Jacob Nell and Melanie Baker argue that while Britain and Europe is largely focused on whether Brexit will be either "hard" or "soft," the possibility that the country could actually stay within the European Union is not entirely off the cards.
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