The Gamble that Failed: The Brexit Election and what happens next

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Series Details 13.06.17
Publication Date 13/06/2017
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The early United Kingdom election held on the 8 June 2017 ended with the surprising result of a ‘hung Parliament’, in which no one party had a majority of the seats in the House of Commons.

What does this mean for the Brexit process going forward?

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ESO: Key source: United Kingdom: Parliamentary Election, 8 June 2017
ESO: Find further information on this topic in ESO
ECFR: Commentary, 15.06.17: There Is nothing to back expectations of a softer Brexit
ESO: Background information: A cross-party committee of the Privy Council should be established to seek consensus on the terms of Brexit (UCL: Constitution Unit, June 2017, et al)
Blog: LSE Brexit, 20.06.17: Parliament has a strong and clear mandate for Brexit, Remainers and EU politicians shouldn’t question it

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