Brexit emptied so many serious political minds of sense, on both sides of the issue. Now let it be

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The best position on Brexit after this week is not that it was right or wrong but that it was yesterday.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> There are some political issues that seem to recur eternally. I have observed politics long enough to have heard Crossrail being given the final go-ahead at least 15 times. Britain’s departure from the European Union is like that. We have been on the verge of leaving for what seems like half our adult lives. Every time we cross an official border another one looms. Even when all the papers are signed at the end of this year, the argument about Brexit will be replayed in each and every quarterly data report. But if Brexit is fated never really to go away then it may never quite arrive either. The problem with the attempt to maintain the Remain case after Britain voted to leave in 2016 is that Brexit never quite crystallised into a moment. The Office ▶ Full story on
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