Brexit U-Turn: How leading Remainer admitted 'nothing will happen' after EU exit

  Daily Express 

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THE LEADER of Britain Stronger in Europe , Lord Rose, honestly admitted at the launch of the Remain Campaign in 2016 that absolutely nothing will happen if the UK comes out of Europe in the first five years, unearthed reports reveal.
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