Brian Hayes: Britain’s Brexit battering is only beginning
Our neighbours are already lagging behind the rest of Europe. This nightmare is bad enough for us without jumping after them
Some months ago, I thought it impossible for a change of mind on the part of the British when it came to Brexit. Now I am not so sure. While they are leaving the EU, nobody knows where they will end up and what the new Britain/EU relationship might look like.
Firstly, it’s going to take much longer to achieve Brexit than people think. It could be closer to a ten-year project. The final...
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