Why Brussels should be wary of a cancelled Brexit
There is frenzied excitement in some quarters that the chaos in London may yet mean a cancellation of Brexit. But starry eyed Brussels should be careful what it wishes for. There is a point in some failed relationships where it is in everyone’s interests simply to let go, argues Robin Shepherd, former head of the Europe Programme at Chatham House, in this article first published in the American Interest. Please take a look, and "like" if you agree
With barely a mistake having gone unmade in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit, it is perhaps understandable that many observers have allowed their lurid fascination with the chaos in London to obscure the interests of Brussels from their calculations of what may or should happen next.
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