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Buying fridges, leasing ferries and stockpiling medical supplies might be necessary in the short term in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but what we’re totally and utterly missing is any national strategy for the near certainty of leaving the European Union on March 29. As a nation, we’re going to need to galvanise ourselves as we have not done since 1945.

During the Second World War, Whitehall and the private sector was a hive of activity, working 24/7 to plan how to rebuild the economy, society and local communities post-conflict. As we approach Brexit, which has caused the deepest divisions in the country since 1945, nothing like this is happening. An industrial strategy, maybe. A national...

Buying fridges, leasing ferries and stockpiling medical supplies might be necessary in the short term in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but what we’re totally and utterly missing is any national strategy for the near certainty of leaving the European Union on March 29. As a nation, we’re going to need to galvanise ourselves as we have not done since 1945.

During the Second World War, Whitehall and the private sector was a hive of activity, working 24/7 to plan how to rebuild the economy, society and local communities post-conflict. As we approach Brexit, which has caused the deepest divisions in the country since 1945, nothing like this is happening. An industrial strategy, maybe. A national...

Buying fridges, leasing ferries and stockpiling medical supplies might be necessary in the short term in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but what we’re totally and utterly missing is any national strategy for the near certainty of leaving the European Union on March 29. As a nation, we’re going to need to galvanise ourselves as we have not done since 1945.

During the Second World War, Whitehall and the private sector was a hive of activity, working 24/7 to plan how to rebuild the economy, society and local communities post-conflict. As we approach Brexit, which has caused the deepest divisions in the country since 1945, nothing like this is happening. An industrial strategy, maybe. A national...

Buying fridges, leasing ferries and stockpiling medical supplies might be necessary in the short term in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but what we’re totally and utterly missing is any national strategy for the near certainty of leaving the European Union on March 29. As a nation, we’re going to need to galvanise ourselves as we have not done since 1945.

During the Second World War, Whitehall and the private sector was a hive of activity, working 24/7 to plan how to rebuild the economy, society and local communities post-conflict. As we approach Brexit, which has caused the deepest divisions in the country since 1945, nothing like this is happening. An industrial strategy, maybe. A national...