Brexit is about to run headfirst into reality

Of course, perhaps the UK could accept this status — which comes with full market access to the EU — for a limited transitional period. Norway can still delay EU rules, which would effectively grant Britain the power to say “no.”

But the idea has since lost traction, with Labour ruling out “formal membership” of the single market, and in February, the UK High Court rejected a legal challenge over whether the government must give Parliament a separate vote on Britain’s withdrawal from the single market.

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