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Boris Johnson bears more similarities to the Tudor King than he realises – and not for the reasons he would prefer.
The British government appears intent on driving through a radical shift in the data standards we have grown used to.
The French president’s self-isolation is unlikely to significantly affect the Brexit negotiations.
The EU is certainly playing hardball, but what did Johnson and his fellow Brexiteers expect?
Johnson may be remembered as the Prime Minister who crashed the British economy on purpose.
Regulatory alignment and the non-negotiable ideals of European society.
The Prime Minister’s EU trip could be designed to present a collapse in the talks as the fault of Europe, rather than the UK.
It’s not clear whether we’re seeing the beginning of a no-deal Brexit or the complete collapse of the United Kingdom’s negotiating strategy.
Even if Theresa May’s Brexit deal had been passed, a hard exit would have still eventually followed.
The decision makes a no-deal Brexit less of a threat to Northern Ireland, while boosting the prospect of reaching a deal.
If the British government’s objective in the negotiations is “sovereignty”, then no deal is likely.