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

29th December, 2019
Post-Brexit, both sides should let bygones be bygones
Britain is set to leave the EU on January 31. Picture: Getty Images

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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