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Thursday night is said to have been momentous for those who campaigned to leave the European Union and turn Britain's back on the 21st century.The decision to leave the EU will dominate British national life for the next decade, if not longer. With Brexit, we have now seen Donald Trump-style populism come to Britain.Beyond these reasons, it doesn't help that for years hardly anyone has vigorously defended British membership in the EU.He could not possibly have gone to Brussels on behalf of his backstabbing colleagues to negotiate something he didn't support. If his successor is a Brexit leader, Britain can look forward to being led by someone who has spent the last ten weeks spreading lies.Third, Britain will need to begin negotiating its exit very soon. It is difficult to see how it can possibly end up with a better relationship with the EU than it has now.
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