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Somehow, laws, contracts, and the rule of law seem to be of no concern when the imminent glorious Brexit future is discussed. Why?

I hear the current scenario is:

  • December's council finds progress insufficient leading to postponement till March.
  • Businesses start implementing contingency plans and making loud noise (or, in Brexit language, traitors make economic defections).
  • Medium-term economic outlook craters.
  • Public opinion turns somewhat but more importantly parliamentary opinion turns and the 'mutineers' finally step up and further delay/defeat government's Brexit bills.
  • Government crisis, cabinet resignations...?
  • Brexit timeout?

Schengen is toast!
by epochepoque on Sun Nov 19th, 2017 at 05:27:51 AM EST

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