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State of the Union - Brexit and election interference

State of the Union - Brexit and election interference
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More than two years after the Brexit referendum, we seem still to be at square one.

The high-level meeting in Brussels was supposed to come up with a breakthrough.

Instead, the only thing that everybody shared was disappointment.

Or, as Angela Merkel put it: I'm neither optimistic nor pessimistic. There you have it.

Now we are drifting towards a no-deal Brexit, a situation that nobody wants and that everybody fears as a potential disaster.

Germany and France are now making contingency plans for exactly this outcome with the French government telling Brits they will certainly need a visa to cross the English Channel.

So was it all just doom and gloom at what some people have dubbed the “never-mind summit”?

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