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Take it easy

9 June 2017 By Neil Unmack, Olaf Storbeck

The election leaves Brussels without a stable partner in Brexit talks. Yet EU leaders should be pleased that voters did not reward Theresa May’s immigration views, or unite behind a hard exit. Sticking to a tight timeframe and big bill could squander chances of a compromise.

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