The government’s “Benefits of Brexit" report is a remarkable tome that has clearly been published in a hurry.
It appears that no one had a chance to edit the document, which could have conveyed all of its main points at a fraction of the length.
There are obvious points to snipe at, including purported benefits which could have been delivered without leaving the EU: the restoration of crown symbols on pint glasses or the blue cover on our passports, for example.
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