Brexit: Commentator says opportunities resulting from EU departure could be ‘squandered’

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‘Very sadly, it seems that a lot of potential advantages that Brexit has given us could be squandered.’

Political commentator Jo-Anne Nadler expresses her concerns over the opportunities of Brexit being ‘wasted.’

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