Julian Jessop writes for The Telegraph
In his article Julian sets out twelve reasons to take a more optimistic view of Brexit, encouraged by the fact that the consensus was wrong both on the Brexit vote itself and the subsequent economic impact. Some of these include the fact that a deal for expats is imminent, Britain will remain flexible on immigration and The Great Repeal Bill could lead to greater deregulation.
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