No end in sight for Brexit fuss

Like many Britons I will be only too pleased to see the end of Brexit and the Westmin­ster soap opera filling our screens.

27 November 2019
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Most people believe it would bring politics back to a more normal level. Think again.

Before the referendum the government issued a document to Parliament saying leaving the EU with an agreement will not be the ‘end’, but the ‘beginning’ of about ten years of negotiations to untangle a relationship with Europe formed over more than 40 years as well as setting in place a new relationship.

What a happy thought!

Keith MOUSDALE, Deux-Sèvres

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