Post-Brexit, both sides should let bygones be bygones
Looking ahead, Britain and the EU will need to form as close and collaborative a relationship as possible, covering all areas of joint interest
Following Boris Johnson’s landslide victory in the British general election, Britain is now on track to leave the European Union on January 31, 2020.
Johnson has a clear parliamentary majority with which to secure a deal for an orderly exit from the bloc. Although Britain and the EU now face long and difficult negotiations to establish a mutually beneficial trade arrangement, Brexit itself is now a certainty.
What will this mean for Europe? Britain is...
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