Opinion: James Sharp on the fall-out from Brexit


Breakin’ up is hard to do. The immortal words of singer Neil Sedaka have, perhaps, never achieved the same level of fiscal poignancy as now they do, thanks to Brexit. A messy divorce might be similar I suppose.

So, what can we glean from this? That the lessons of a broken marriage on subsequent relationships should recommend the romantic equivalent of a trade deal, rather than returning anon to the path of an ever-closer union.

Curiously not. Most people who separate will marry again within 5

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