Britain’s three choices — all of them bad
Vote to get out of the EU has left UK facing calamity whatever direction it chooses
It has never been clear why Brexiteers think the UK on its own would be able to negotiate better trade terms with [other countries] than they could secure as part of the much larger EU bloc.
Britain finds itself at a beggar’s crossroads — one that leads to calamity in every direction. The path that brought it there began when the Mother of Parliaments, in David Cameron’s time, abandoned representative democracy in favour of referenda: on...
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