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Deep Dish: The Brexit Is Coming; The British Are Leaving

Brexit is coming. The House of Commons and House of Lords just cleared the way for Theresa May to trigger Article 50 and formally exit from the European Union. Rebalancing the country's economy will be no small task – and to explain what’s at stake, former European commissioner for trade Lord Peter Mandelson sits down for a slice of the Deep Dish podcast. To have the latest episode delivered right to you, subscribe to Deep Dish on iTunes.

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