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The unlikely survival of May’s Chequers plan for Brexit

by The Economist

September 14, 2018 | 12:59 pm
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COMPROMISES have few friends. So it has proved with the Chequers plan for Brexit, which proposes staying in the single market for goods along with a complex “facilitated customs arrangement” chiefly designed to avert a hard border in Ireland. Brexiteers hate being tied closely to Brussels. Pro-Europeans think the plan is worse than continuing membership….

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