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A further 1,260 rules might be applicable by the point of departure in March 2019

Conservatives’ failure to secure majority makes ‘difficult task a lot more difficult’

Pro-Europe voters who were silent now speak of a deal that keeps Britain open

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London concedes on sequencing by dropping demand for parallel trade negotiations

Dublin was expected to be a big winner, but continental Europe has been more popular

Start of negotiations to focus on building trust rather than engaging on detail

A handful of officials will spearhead the unwinding of UK membership

UK will leave single market but on ‘a slope not a cliff edge’, says chancellor

Two-year session meant to give MPs more time for ambitious legislative programme

The UK prime minister’s stance has not budged since the election, writes Sebastian Payne

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Moderate leaders have mistaken the expedient for the universally true

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