Exit from Brexit? Not likely but uncertainty prevails.

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Series Details July 2016
Publication Date 12/07/2016
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Theresa May, who is set to become UK Prime Minister on Wednesday, has made it clear that “Brexit means Brexit”. Stating this so bluntly has become necessary as a number of voices have speculated that there may be a way back from the brink, claiming that the result of the referendum is not very decisive and that citizens have been misled by the lies of the Brexit campaign, not realising the magnitude of the decision. There certainly seems a wish in the Chancellery in Berlin and in some other capitals that Britain can be kept in, accompanied by a willingness to table compromises to smooth the process.

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ESO: Background information: Theresa May has two clear options on Brexit – neither of them easy http://www.europeansources.info/record/theresa-may-has-two-clear-options-on-brexit-neither-of-them-easy/
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