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Author Topic:   Brexit - Should they stay or should they go?
Sarah Bellum
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Message 673 of 718 (857605)
07-09-2019 3:44 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Diomedes
06-05-2016 12:35 PM


It's a no-win situation.

If the break is bad, or if the EU tries to punish the UK, things are bad for everyone.

If the UK muddles through, then the benefits that the EU supposedly provides will be seen as less beneficial and the EU will be in danger of splitting further.


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