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Explainer: What’s The Difference Between ‘Hard’ And ‘Soft’ Brexit?

Friday, October 14, 2016 17:55
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from The Conversation

– this post authored by Robert Ladrech, Keele University

Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May, has been keen to reiterate that “Brexit means Brexit”. But, despite her insistence, at least two types of Brexit are being discussed: “hard” and “soft”.

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  • A “Hard” exit means that they do all of it at once. Everything changes overnight as it were.
    A “Soft” exit is that they implement all of the changes over a long period of time.
    So to get off of the hill into the lake softly, you scoot down the hill on your butt
    little by little until you reach the water.. The hard entrance into the lake would
    be to find a cliff and dive off into the lake!

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