Invested: Mapping Britain’s exit from Europe
To minimise any friction with the EU, the British government needs to clearly outline plans that maintain sound relations in the long term and ensure a smooth transition in the short-term, writes Clive Crook
In the months since Britain voted to leave the European Union, its government has done little to clarify where this project is going. It would be wrong to expect a detailed plan, because the terms of exit and whatever arrangements follow must be negotiated. But surely a statement setting out priorities and basic principles wasn’t too much to expect by now.
What should such a statement say? To begin with, it ought to...
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