What does Brexit means Brexit actually mean

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Today marks 10 days to go until the UK’s general election, and there are now less than three weeks before Brexit negotiations start.

The EU published quite detailed – if not widely noticed – position papers this week on what we can expect from two particular aspects of the divorce talks, namely the Brexit bill and citizens’ rights. To look into this further, Jon Henley will be talking to the Guardian’s Brussels correspondent, Jennifer Rankin.

Jon is also joined by our Brexit policy editor, Dan Roberts, to discuss “No deal is better than a bad deal”, a phrase that is fast becoming the British government’s new mantra, in place of “Brexit means Brexit’ and “strong and stable leadership’. But does anyone realise what it actually means?

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