Brexit divorce bill could be a bargain

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Sir, - The shadow home secretary announced to the nation that the Brexit referendum should be ignored, which explains why the opposition party are determined to block the UK leaving the EEC. The post Brexit divorce bill could be a bargain appeared first onThe Courier . ▶ Full story on thecourier.co.uk
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