UK drifts closer to a Norway-style Brexit transition

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Publication Date 08/08/2017
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Authors suggest that membership of the European Economic Area is starting to look in the summer of 2017 like the only feasible off-the-shelf transitional deal for the United Kingdom after Brexit - the so-called Norway model.

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