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    Anti-Brexit Campaign Begins, UK Officials Try to Allay Fears

    Is it too little, too late? Anti-Brexit campaigners are launching a six-week publicity blitz aimed at the country’s Leave-voting regions ahead of a parliamentary vote on whether Britain wants to remain in the EU’s customs union, which could soften Brexit’s predicted economic blow. Some evidence suggests pro-European forces are gaining more grassroots acceptance. Meanwhile, Brexit minister David Davis promised Britain won’t become a lawless “Mad Max-style world,” though it’s unclear how he’ll negotiate EU acceptance of U.K. regulations outside the customs union.

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