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Analisi 22.03.2019

A bumpy road to a soft Brexit

A bumpy road to a soft Brexit

The UK parliament voted to request an extension to Article 50, meaning a postponement of the official date of leaving the EU, which was initially scheduled for the end of March. Two options are on the table: Brexit is postponed until May or June or it is pushed back by one or two years.



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