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Four months after the triggering of the article 50 of the Treaty of the EU by Theresa May, negotiations for the exit of the UK from the EU do not seem to have made significant progress given that the respective delegates on both sides of the negotiation table have very differing views on the matters of priority to be discussed and agreed upon. Unless the parties can reach agreement on the numerous pertinent items that remain to be dealt within the limited two year period for which the clock has already started, it has to be said that the very idea of having either a hard or soft Brexit (which was the main point of discussion up until a few weeks ago) may itself begin to appear an impossibility.

This article was first published by AGEFI Luxembourg.

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