.... No, it did not vote for the economic penury, falling wages, lower living standards, spiralling sterling devaluation and slacker food safety, health and environmental protections that a full-blown rupture with the single market and customs union would surely bring. It did not vote for unequal trade deals with economic superpower
s such as China and the US that, if they happen at all, will be the consequence of a weakened Britain going it alone. ...
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