‘UK has not yet exploited the opportunities offered by Brexit’ | Journalist Pieter Cleppe

'uk has not yet exploited the opportunities offered by brexit' | journalist pieter cleppe

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Journalist Pieter Cleppe discusses Brexit, as the PM is cautioned by backbenchers not to pursue a Swiss deal with the EU.

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