The more Theresa May digs in, the less the British people know how much Brexit they really want.
Britain’s political situation and its long-term economic outlook have become more precarious than they have been at any time since the late 1970s.
The politics of Brexit inside the UK is becoming more complex by the minute. The country needs a period of reflection to carry out a giant Brexit audit.
With Theresa May greatly weakened, and the UK likely facing new elections and/or a new Prime Minister soon, it makes little sense for the EU to negotiate with her in earnest.
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In calling snap elections for the UK on June 8, the British Prime Minister may have entered into a game of Russian Roulette.
The departing UK is one of the largest host countries of internal EU migrants.
After Brexit is completed, the EU will lose one of its biggest contributors to favorable demographics.
For the EU, Brexit means a shift toward smaller countries and less free-market countries.