Almost three years since they voted to leave the European Union with little idea about what this meant or how complicated the divorce process may be, this was meant to be the week the British would finally come to their senses.
No more daydreaming between what could or might have been, but just a hard look at what kind of a relationship Britain should have with the EU after March 29, when, under current treaties, Britain ceases to be part of the grouping.
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