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- Labour’s Rupa Huq says Brexit is not “not carved into concrete, untouchable and unchangeable.”
- Writing for BI, Huq says Brexit promises have been broken and the public must be given the chance to vote on the final deal.
- “If the cost of Brexit reaches a point where the British people decide it’s not worth it, then they’re perfectly entitled to change their minds about whether it’s the right path,” Huq argues.
With Parliament now in recess for Easter, we all have a chance to take a deep breath and look at where things stand with Brexit, as well as what lies ahead.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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