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From Brexit-lite in the EEA to full Brexit with tariffs, the UK will have two years to negotiate once article 50 is triggered Britain will have two years to negotiate its preferred relationship with the EU after triggering article 50, the formal mechanism for leaving. Civil servants and ministers are currently working on the basis of three broad scenarios for Brexit with differing levels of access to the single market and acceptance of free movement. Continue reading…

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