Asperities

A Europe Oblivious to its Fractures and Follies

IF YOU think you understand the current state of Brexit, you must be completely confused. To some extent that confusion is deliberate—some players in the Brexit game want you to be confused. Unless Prime Minister Theresa May is herself utterly at sea, the only other explanation of her policy at this point is that she and her advisers want Parliament and the voters, especially on the Tory side, to confuse her Withdrawal Agreement (WA) with a clear commitment to leave the European Union.  Otherwise she would not repeatedly declare that she is determined to achieve Brexit as she recommends passage…

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