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The EU referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape Britain's future, inside or outside the European Union. It's caused a lot of divisions, but now that the result is known, it's time to make it work.

Brexit comes with vast possibilities and opportunities, and MoneyWeek can help you navigate them and find out how to make it work for your money.

A different take on EU food policy

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EU farm subsidies a controversial. But it’s not just Europe that subsidises its agriculture, as Matthew Partridge found out when he spoke to a UK sugar manufacturer.

The countdown to Brexit begins

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Theresa May has finally put Britain on the road to Brexit with her announcement that she will invoke Article 50 next week.

Three scenarios for Britain’s post-Brexit future

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With Article 50 to be triggered soon, Matthew Partridge looks at some of the most likely options available to Britain after we leave the EU.

What the Dutch election results mean for European politics

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Voters roundly rejected the populist politics of Geert Wilders in the Dutch general election. Matthew Partridge looks at what it means for both the Netherlands and for Europe.

What is the WTO option?

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If Britain doesn’t agree a deal or an interim arrangement with the EU before Brexit, we will trade on WTO terms. What is the WTO and how would this work? Simon Wilson explains.

Why business should get behind Britain

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Regardless of what action the European Union takes, British business should fight for free trade, says Matthew Lynn.

The retreat of globalisation

Brexit and the calls for another Scottish independence vote are the signs of globalisation in retreat, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Investors need to take note.

How Brexit could help fix Britain’s broken food policy

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Brexit could give us the chance to make changes that could cut food prices while simultaneously creating new jobs, says Matthew Partridge.

Now’s the time to take back control from Brussels

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Once Article 50 is triggered, Britain should not hesitate to take control of competition rules from the European Union, says Matthew Lynn.

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