Brexit and the ‘no good, very bad’ negotiation strategies

The current deadlock offers great learning opportunities

6th October, 2019
Boris might want to rethink his Brexit negotiating strategy Picture: Getty

Recently, many Brexiteers (Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Priti Patel et al) have fancied themselves as expert negotiators.

The current administration categorically stated that they would get a better deal but, with less than a month until the Brexit deadline, ‘No deal’ seems to be the primary option.

Looking at Brexit through the lens of a negotiator, the current deadlock can provide great learning examples for the untrained eye.

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