The talking is over, but the uncertainty remains

Anti-Brexit protesters holding a banner and flags demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Jan 30, 2020. PHOTO: REUTERS
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LONDON• • When I left Britain to work in Singapore in May 2017, it was weeks before a general election that we were told was going to have an outcome that steered the country through leaving the European Union.

When I returned to Britain in October last year, it was weeks before a general election that we were told was going to have an outcome that steered the country through leaving the European Union.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 01, 2020, with the headline The talking is over, but the uncertainty remains. Subscribe