Theresa May’s main opponent sees economic nationalism and crass protectionism as the answer to Brexit.
Though UK voters have changed their tune on Brexit, there is little chance that it will be reversed.
The EU does not always need more members and deeper integration. Less could be more in the end.
By moving forward with the bilateral trade deal, Japan and the EU are making clear that the global appetite for trade deals outside of the U.S. remains strong.
The Leavers’ hopes for a bilateral trade deal with the United States always seemed very iffy. After Trump’s UK visit, they are now wholly unrealistic.
Sorting out political Brexit, economic and commercial Brexit as well as geopolitical Brexit.
The man who gave us the disaster of Libya is no help against Brexit.
The new Italian government seems keen to play blame games – and pursuing economic solutions that have already failed conclusively in the past.
The EU is not a mono-directional train headed toward “ever closer union.” An “ever better union” with a clear focus on the principle of subsidiarity might be more like it.