Sunday December 15, 2019

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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