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The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier. Virginia Mayo/Press Association. All rights reserved.
The UK that woke up on the morning of 24 June was, first and foremost, a divided one. While the ‘Brexiteers’ celebrated their narrow victory that came so unexpected for many (including, in some notable instances, themselves), the Remainers began to lick their wounds. How, Remainers asked, could it be possible that a majority votes for Brexit even though all rational arguments pointed in the direction of a remain victory?