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Boris Johnson, Theresa May’s expected successor as Prime Minister, has said Britain must approach Brexit with the same “can-do” spirit as 1960s America.
Harking back to the first moon landing fifty years ago, Johnson recalled how the Apollo 11 mission led by the late Neil Armstrong overcame enormous technical challenges to win the space race with the Soviet Union, contrasting the spirit of the age with “the current debate about actually leaving the EU – which has been going on for so long that we are in danger of believing that we are incapable of finding our way out; like someone who has lost their car in a vast multi-storey car park, and is beginning to despair of ever leaving at all.”
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The problems with leaving the European Union, he wrote in his Telegraph column, are primarily “technical and logistical”, referring into particular to the challenges of maintaining “frictionless” trade between the British province of Northern Ireland and EU member-state the Republic of Ireland after Brexit, while still leaving the EU Customs Union and regaining the power to set regulations different from the ones imposed by...
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