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BBC Question Time, Sheffield 27th March 2019

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[embedded content] “Britain needs a People’s Debate on its business model and its Constitution independently of how Brexit pans out… The most sensible way would be for the UK to exit the EU but stay in both a Custom’s Union and the Single Market for an indefinite period (though not forever). After the People’s Debate is complete, a People’s Vote can decide whether Britain rejoins the EU or drops out of the Single Market, the Customs’ Union or both…”

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