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Why the Norway model wouldn’t work for Britain
In the corridors of Westminster and the salons of some remains, there is a lot of excited chatter about the “Norway option”. This would involve being a member of the EEA and the single market, but not of the EU. Depending on who is pushing, Norway is presented as either a temporary or permanent alternative to Theresa May’s troubled deal. But there are problems with this quick fix. The well-discussed issue that being in the EEA doesn’t end freedom of movement is one; another is the fact that the Norway option doesn’t end EU budget contributions.
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