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14. Inside May's Mind

Mark Mardell delves into what the Prime Minister really thought about the EU

In June 2016, Theresa May put herself forward to be the new Prime Minister, the person who would navigate the UK's exit from the European Union. Her campaign, however, was to be short lived and she moved into Number 10 just a few weeks later.

What did she think about the EU? Mark Mardell delves into what she said to friends and colleagues, the role she played in the Referendum campaign itself and what this tells us about her approach to the subsequent negotiations.

Oh, and what does "Brexit means Brexit" really mean?

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