British Prime Minister Theresa May meets European Council President Donald Tusk during an EU summit in Brussels on October 20, 2017. May’s government released a Brexit blueprint last week that disappointed Eurosceptics and prompted two cabinet members, including the Brexit minister, to quit. Photo: AFP

A ‘clean’ Brexit would betray the British public – even if that’s what they voted for

Mike Rowse says the complex supply chains built up since the UK joined the EU mean a ‘clean Brexit’ that Leave voters want would be disastrous for the economy. In the larger market for services, however, even a ‘soft Brexit’ may present insurmountable problems

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British Prime Minister Theresa May meets European Council President Donald Tusk during an EU summit in Brussels on October 20, 2017. May’s government released a Brexit blueprint last week that disappointed Eurosceptics and prompted two cabinet members, including the Brexit minister, to quit. Photo: AFP
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