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Here’s how Brexit–postponed again–is testing political norms in the UK

Brexit, the turbulent departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, has been postponed—again—to make room for a general election, the results of which could determine whether it happens at all.

The three-year process of hammering out a plan to withdraw the U.K. from the EU has been rife with challenges, frustrated three prime ministers, and tested political norms.

In short, Brexit has spurred “a re-appraisal of our political and constitutional arrangements,” says Anthony Grayling, who is an author and philosopher as well as the founder and master of NCH at Northeastern in London.

Read the full story on News@Northeastern.

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