This is a Brexit term and I want to read French sources and opinion on the subject that it identifies.
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"frein d'urgence" as used in this article, nouvelobs.com
looks like the handbrake. "frein à main". to suggest a strong opposition we often use figuratively: "X à provoqué une levée de bouclier"