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Will 2018 be the year when the United Kingdom changes its mind about leaving the European Union?Brexit was such an event, and its reversal could be another.Just ask Nigel Farage, the former U.K. Independence Party leader, who has suddenly said that the June 2016 Brexit referendum could be overturned. If Hillary Clinton's popular majority of 3 million votes was distributed slightly differently among the states, the phrase "President Trump" would be as laughable today as it was in January 2016 .Politicians who privately detest Brexit must speak out publicly.If Brexit appears inevitable, why should voters bother to think again?These die-hard euroskeptics would never have won a majority without some 20 percent of voters who cared little about Europe, but treated the referendum as a protest vote.Now suppose these voters began to believe that Brexit, far from being inevitable, might never happen. Britain is still a democracy, and it can still change its mind about Brexit.
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