Saturday June 6, 2020

Averting no-deal a 'long shot' as Brexit fatigue sets in

Trust is in short supply, and there’s a sinking feeling that the desire to get a deal done to avert the potential economic catastrophe of a no-deal is evaporating

20th September, 2019
UK shares ideas on solution with EU

Brexit from afar is looking like a disaster about to happen. One European official, watching the situation up close, compared it to two cars driving at high speed towards each other with each expecting the other to swerve out of the way first.

Will they have to wait for a crunch summit less than two weeks before the crash-out scenario? At a meeting in Paris, French president Emmanuel Macron and Finnish prime minister Antti Rinne...

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