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Lessons from Tokyo on Britain's post-EU future

Japan offers useful advice on how the UK can recover from Brexit and build a new future

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British Prime Minister Theresa May toasts with her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo in August.   © Pool/Reuters

British Prime Minister Theresa May aims to mend fractured negotiations on Britain's exit from the European Union with a major speech on Sept. 22 in the historic Italian trading city of Florence. Scheduled talks have been postponed until after the speech and Britain has chosen Florence as the venue to highlight the strong trading links between Europe and Britain that were in place for centuries before the EU came into being 1993.

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