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Voyage into the dark

26 July 2017 By Edward Hadas

The UK government’s pre-referendum forecasts about what leaving the EU would mean were gloomy, but not dark enough. What they missed: British inflexibility, the damage from unlinking trade, the challenge of migration and the lingering costs of national self-humiliation.

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