It would be difficult to resist a comment on the current state of Brexit, which would appear to have marginally improved of late, depending on your point of view.
I wonder if recent attention has focused on the dwindling timetable leading up to the assumed 29 March 2019 ‘B’ day, resulting in some renewed effort from EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier.
While the EU has made noises around some minor concessions of late, UK Prime Minister Theresa May still seems intent on championing the Chequers ‘suggestion’ that has only mustered minimal government support. So little in fact, that it must surely be heading for the bin.
So with less than seven months to go, what do we expect will be the likely outcome? Click here to read the full article.
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