Brian Keegan: The Tax Take

Brexit may now happen faster than most people have been anticipating

11th December, 2016

It is said that Rome is the eternal city. But Brussels is also becoming a candidate for that title. Despite the Brexit decision, Brussels and its EU institutions are straining to retain their aura of permanence. Brexit may be challenging the EU project, but it is not toppling it. At least not yet.

Reaction in Brussels to Brexit has been, of all things, curiously British. Keep calm and carry on. I haven’t seen any Brexit...

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