Economic think tank CLASS says Brexit has already weakened the capital's social fabric

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Economic think tank CLASS says Brexit has already weakened the capital's social fabric

Theresa May is heading back to Brussels to demand the Brexit deal be opened up for renegotiation to strip out one of its most controversial parts - the Irish backstop. 

London Live spoke with Sam Tarry, The President of CLASS, who explained one London view about how the atmosphere has already changed here in the capital. 

 

 

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