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* Clean Brexit
 
* Clean Brexit
 
* Hard Brexit
 
* Hard Brexit
* ''Brexit means Brexit'' ([[Theresa may]]) <ref>Telegraph.co.uk, [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/14/theresa-may-side-eurosceptics-major-brexit-speech-revealing Theresa May to side with Eurosceptics in major Brexit speech revealing what she wants from negotiations], by Ben Riley-Smith, published on 14 January 2017.</ref>
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* ''Brexit means Brexit'' ([[Theresa may]]) <ref>Telegraph.co.uk, [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/14/theresa-may-side-eurosceptics-major-brexit-speech-revealing Theresa May to side with Eurosceptics in major Brexit speech revealing what she wants from negotiations], by Ben Riley-Smith, published on 14 January 2017.</ref> <ref>Martin Wolf: ''“Brexit means Brexit” is perhaps the silliest sentence ever uttered by a British prime minister. But it was also all that could be said.'', FT.com, [https://www.ft.com/content/fa53836e-e8d7-11e9-a240-3b065ef5fc55 Brexit is a journey without end for Britain], published on 8 October 2019.</ref>
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* ''Brexit is no big deal'' <ref>FT.com, [https://ftalphaville.ft.com/2019/10/21/1571667728000/Lord-King--Brexit-is-no-big-deal/ Lord King: Brexit is no big deal], published on 21 October 2019.</ref>
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==News==
 
==News==
 
* 26 January 2017. FT.com, [https://www.ft.com/content/0785fb99-6996-3992-8bfc-e9dac92ae484  A one-clause bill for Article 50], last retrieved on 27 January 2017.
 
* 26 January 2017. FT.com, [https://www.ft.com/content/0785fb99-6996-3992-8bfc-e9dac92ae484  A one-clause bill for Article 50], last retrieved on 27 January 2017.
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* [[Dominic Cummings]]
 
* [[Dominic Cummings]]
 
* [[Michel Barnier]]
 
* [[Michel Barnier]]
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* [[Oliver Letwin]]
 
* [[Theresa May]]
 
* [[Theresa May]]
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===Terms===
 
===Terms===
 
* [[Backstop]]
 
* [[Backstop]]

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Brexit, a portmanteau for British exit or Britain's exit, a United Kingdom withdrawal from the European Union[1].

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  2. Telegraph.co.uk, Theresa May to side with Eurosceptics in major Brexit speech revealing what she wants from negotiations, by Ben Riley-Smith, published on 14 January 2017.
  3. Martin Wolf: “Brexit means Brexit” is perhaps the silliest sentence ever uttered by a British prime minister. But it was also all that could be said., FT.com, Brexit is a journey without end for Britain, published on 8 October 2019.
  4. FT.com, Lord King: Brexit is no big deal, published on 21 October 2019.
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