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UK MPs and courts confuse electorate who voted for Brexit

Arguments for and against the process may also hurt business sentiment as the fall in sterling shows

Mr Davis likened the negotiating process as "trying to thread a needle - even harder to do when 650 MPs are jogging your elbow".


UK MPs and the courts are thoroughly perplexing the British electorate who voted for Brexit in the June referendum.

The spat precipitated by MPs and citizens who were among the 48 per cent of voters who wanted the UK to remain in the European Union, has increased business...

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