On Brexit day, the only departure in sight is the prime minister's

Pedro Gonçalves
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At 11pm GMT tonight Britain was supposed to morph into a proud sovereign nation once more, according to prime minister Theresa May's repeated promises. Yet the House of Commons has failed to find any meaningful consensus. It failed to deliver a no-deal Brexit, it failed to deliver a soft Brexit and it failed to deliver a second referendum. Businesses across the UK have been left exasperated and increasingly angry at the continued impasse and lack of clear direction. The big question, still, is what happens next. On the day that Britain was supposed to have left the EU,  this  vote could ...

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