Does Brexit Still Mean Brexit?

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British Prime Minister Theresa May had hoped to have an ironclad majority in parliament that would bolster her negotiating position in upcoming Brexit talks. That hope was dashed by the results of last Thursday’s elections, during which the Conservatives lost 13 seats, along with their parliamentary majority.

This upset has thrown British politics into disarray just as the country prepares to negotiate its most important international agreement since World War II. Those talks are scheduled to begin in earnest on June 19 when British and EU negotiators start to tackle the highest priority issues surrounding Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, such as the proposed payment of a 62 billion Euro “Brexit bill” to cover UK obligations to the EU budget.

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