Tuesday December 1, 2020

The Tax Take

Could Britain end up last in line to negotiate trade?

1st May, 2016
Barrack Obama had to say something about the Brexit while in London last week Pic: Getty

American presidents, I am quite sure, don’t choose their words lightly. At the moment, a visiting head of state to Britain can hardly avoid some comment on that country’s forthcoming EU referendum. Any official visit by a head of state to a foreign country is a diplomatic mission. As Britain itself is in the process of redefining its own diplomatic links by publicly debating its relationship with the EU, US president Barack Obama was going...

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