Voters have now had nearly a year to consider how well the Brexit deal that the UK government negotiated with the EU has been working out in practice. This paper examines public expectations and attitudes towards the outcome of the Brexit negotiations during the course of the Brexit process, and assesses some of the possible influences behind and consequences of the assessment they have now reached.
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