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>> Back from her holidays and back to the business of Brexit. UK Prime Minister Theresa May gathering ministers at her country retreat on Wednesday. The get-together at Chequers will brainstorm exactly how Britain should leave the EU. Those at the meeting may be buoyed by the latest economic data.
Figures out Wednesday show consumer confidence recovering and house prices on the up again. That lends hope to claims the economy can dodge a Brexit slow down. But for European partners and some impatient Brexiteers, the gathering comes not a moment too soon. More than two months since the vote for exit, there's still no clear strategy.
Ministers were given the summer to think one up, and now May expects to hear back. All eyes on Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox, the leading lights of the out campaign now in charge of three ministries with key responsibilities for Brexit. But the sticking point hasn't changed.
How or whether to keep access to the single market. EU leaders say you can't have act without also accepting free movement of people and paying into the Brussels budget. Doing either of those things would break Brexit campaign pledges. David Davis and Co need a cunning plan.