Wednesday, 23 May 2018 By Jonathan Cable LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government has handled negotiations with the European Union over its departure from the bloc poorly, according to all economists in a Reuters poll, who did however say there was just a one-in-five chance of a disorderly Brexit. In June 2016, Britons surprised the world by voting to scrap the more than four-decade-old trading and political partnership, and in March last year Prime MinisterTheresa May started a two-year countdown to departing the EU. But May has struggled to unite her cabinet, and major differences remain over the process between London and Brussels
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