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Brexit From All Angles

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Brinkmanship – "the technique or practice of maneuvering a dangerous situation to the limits of tolerance or safety in order to secure the greatest advantage, especially by creating diplomatic crisRead full story

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  • So much political ambition, so little common sense. As true today as it was in 2016 when the Brexit referendum was triggered. Zero learning since then.

  • With the Prime Minister saying that by opposing Brexit guarantees a no deal Brexit. I don't believe Boris Johnson wants a deal so he wants to guarantee he gets his way and blaming others.

    When this is done will there be an accounting for all the damage done by wasting time and ignoring other issues?

  • At least this has broken the deadlock. Johnson puts a deal together; Parliament can work from there. A caution: sometimes people want to make their own choices even if they might be wrong. We are not ants or bees whose whole colony has to work together for the good of the whole rather than the good of

    At least this has broken the deadlock. Johnson puts a deal together; Parliament can work from there. A caution: sometimes people want to make their own choices even if they might be wrong. We are not ants or bees whose whole colony has to work together for the good of the whole rather than the good of the individual. Perhaps a look at Brexit as a resurgence of English Enlightenment over French Enlightenment?

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