At this point, despite the Chequers plan, everyone is still unsure on the effect of Brexit and I think we will continue to be confused until all of the fine details are hashed out and the clock has struck midnight on the 31st December 2020. However, I am going to join the hoards of people speculating what this monumental political event could mean.
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