“Certainty normally is preferable, unless that certainty is terminal”
In the daily shifting sands of Britain’s Brexit imbroglio, trying to predict an outcome is like placing chips on the roulette table. At the time of going to press, numerous scenarios were still feasible: a no-deal Brexit, Common Market membership, Common Market 2.0, Norway-plus, super-Canada, Theresa May’s repeatedly-rejected deal, a second referendum, more extensions, a flextension, or calling the whole thing off.
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