Thursday July 2, 2020

Don’t feel sorry for Theresa May

There is no prospect of a hard Brexit any more. Britain will, one way or another, have a very close economic and trading relationship with the EU

9th December, 2018

The penny is beginning to drop with many, many British voters. There is no prospect of a hard Brexit any more. Britain will, one way or another, have a very close economic and trading relationship with the EU. That means that Britain will not be able to negotiate free trade deals as it wishes throughout the world as though it did not have a de facto customs union or partnership with the EU.

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