We asked the British public what kind of Brexit they want – and the Norway model is the clear winner

  • It is now more than two years since Britons voted to leave the EU.

But what has been learned in that time about what British people want for their future relationship with the EU?

  • Authors:
  • The Conversation

Those on the hard right argue that Britons voted to sever existing treaties with the EU.

Others argue that leaving the single market was never part of the plan.

Refere 1aThe referendum outcome tells us very little about what people actually wanted.

But our study of what people value about the EU does tell us.

And we find that their priorities map most squarely onto a Norway-style model for future relations with the…

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