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Brexit: a worthless experiment

In an attempt to defend the indefensible, Janan Ganesh invites us to regard a “hard Brexit” as an experiment. Sometimes history throws up ideas that are better tested than forever stymied…ideas, unless they are plainly malign or ruinous, have to...
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