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The United Kingdom seems to have lost its grip on sanity.This culminated in May's disastrous decision to seek a bigger majority. The snap general election she called in April, when the Tories were 20 points ahead in opinion polls, has now left the United Kingdom with a minority government.If young people had participated in the Brexit referendum in similar numbers, the U.K. would have voted "Remain".Instead of worrying about whether Parliament will pass future bills related to the U.K.'s withdrawal from the EU, why not head off impasses by bringing in some Labour figures – and others – as part of a broadened Brexit negotiating team?Many are now eagerly offering their views as to whether the U.K. should look again at the "Norway model" of relations with the EU, or some other scheme that maintains U.K. participation in the single market. Whatever the option, it is now clear that Britain needs a policy that can command broad and genuine support.Third, the U.K. needs to put today's political drama into perspective, and get on with policymaking, including in areas that have nothing to do with Brexit.After two years of government fecklessness, Britain deserves better.
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