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The Single Market, the European Economic Area, the Schengen zone, the common travel area, the customs union, Henry VIII clauses.
Talking about Brexit can feel abstract, legalistic, and intentionally complex.
In September 2017, the financial writer David Osler brought the sometimes confusing debate into terms that the 21st century can understand.
At present Netflix is a bit like the European Union.
@finance_LL @DietmarHamann if netflix refused to let you cancel and kept raising prices and demanding more money, y… https://t.co/TaVBiZGFYL — PaulPowza87 (@PaulPowza87)
@finance_LL Or set up a new Netflix with no films, no tv shows but the knowledge that I'm in control... — Andy (@Andy)
@finance_LL @gpb1979 Maybe bundle each service together into one package similar to Netflix but don't call it Netfl… https://t.co/hgEraJgzwb — Iain - Welcome to the Brexit Sir (@Iain - Welcome to the Brexit Sir)
@finance_LL @dejavousagain Yeah, right! Netflix is undemocratic! Offers too many foreign films! Doesn't have a blue… https://t.co/RDRLBB0PGl — Amidst a Hybrid War (@Amidst a Hybrid War)
🎯 https://t.co/VPlfJNK01m — John Olivieira (@John Olivieira)
Wonderful illustration of the current madness... https://t.co/2IinWJq4IO — Michael Russell (@Michael Russell)
I'm signing up to nEUflix. After agreeing to pay an unspecified amount I can then only watch what a Brussels bureau… https://t.co/BVK1zW7noL — Tim Price 😃 (@Tim Price 😃)
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