The Brexit Vote Didn't Decide Much After All

Before Theresa May can negotiate with Europe, she needs to build consensus at home.

Open questions.

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When Britons voted to leave the European Union in June, the government assumed it had sole authority to chart the U.K.'s path out of Europe. Turns out it was mistaken. The "remain" camp may have lost the war over whether Britain stays in Europe, but it could win the peace. 

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