Opinion – The Guardian view on Theresa May and Brexit: time to get off her fantasy island – Editorial – The Guardian

 

Here’s a brilliant editorial from the Guardian. It argues that Theresa May‘s weakness and Conservative divisions mean she can only control her party by concealing basic truths about the Brexit process.

Source: The Guardian view on Theresa May and Brexit: time to get off her fantasy island – Editorial – The Guardian

The Guardian explores the consequences and they are ugly. May and Davis are delusional about a Canada +++ deal with the EU. The UK’s on to a massive loser. On the one hand, Johnson and Gove will crash out of the EU, with a worst case scenaria. But on the other hand, May’s two year transition deal effectively given the EU control, with the UK’s negotiating position destroyed – actually, the Brexiteers might have reduced effective UK sovereignty.

May and Davis’s lies are not sustainable. There will be a pushback, with a hard-Brexit looking more probable. The greater the lies from May, the more the public will swing to Labour in the next election. Conservative Whips terror tactics, contrasting May or a Marxist Labour Government are misguided. It’s Theresa May who’s going to precipitate the UK first Marxist government.

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The Brexit deal is a massacre, not a compromise -Bloomburg View- Leonid Bershidsky

Here’s a powerful op-ed from Bloomburg, written by Leonid Bershidsky.

Source: The Brexit deal is a massacre, not a compromise

The article accurately highlights how Theresa May’s government has made enormous concessions for no tangible gains from the EU.

Sterling rallied on Friday because a phase 1 deal has been reached but wait for the serious analysis to percolate through. May’s Brexit is an omni-shambles.

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