The seven blunders: Why Brexit would be harder than Brexiters think | Centre for European Reform

European flag outside Barnet Council, London UK

European flag outside Barnet Council, London UK (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a well argued and deeply worrying article published by the Centre for European Reform. The article argues that if Britain decides to leave the EU it will have to invoke article 50 TEU that puts the departing member-state at a disadvantage in the withdrawal negotiations. It makes seven very powerful points.

Source: The seven blunders: Why Brexit would be harder than Brexiters think | Centre for European Reform

For me this is one of the best articles written about the Brexit process.

Thoughts?

One response

  1. Another article that perhaps exposes the heart vs head decision for many British people. That we surrendered rights at Lisbon without a referendum exposes the dangerous decisions made by past governments taking us way beyond what was agreed in 1972, the common market. A perverse outcome of the referendum may be a winning remain vote coupled with heightened anti EU sentiment in Britain. We’ve never liked bullies and blackmailers.

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