With almost 100 days having passed since the EU referendum this past Sunday, Theresa May proclaimed at the Conservative Party Conference that she will trigger article 50 by March 2017 and that this will involve a “Great Repeal Bill.” Robyn Munro, a senior researcher at the independent charity Institute for Government and the manager of its Brexit programme, is the perfect person to shed some light on what exactly this means, what the difference between a “hard” and a “soft” Brexit is and how Westminster and Whitehall are preparing for the negotiations.
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