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Anand Menon is director of UK in a Changing Europe
The way the public and, more importantly, parliament, polarised into two rival camps – hard Brexit versus second referendum – was remarkable.
Keeping one group of Brexit supporters happy may prove unpopular with others, as the Conservatives are about to discover.
The Labour leader could win back voters if he can hold No 10 to account for the repercussions of a hard Brexit.
The Brexit process taught us a lot about parliament’s somewhat contested place in our system of government.
There are 140 areas of north-south co-operation which would be affected by Brexit.
So many questions, so few answers.
Ukip, at least, would have something to celebrate.