The real negotiation is starting with a weak United Kingdom.
Unfortunately, the field for negotiation is mined with bombs that can detonate at any moment. First, Theresa May, in a perfectly conservative entitled move, has managed to weaken the UK position in the negotiation by launching a new consultation of the British people that boomeranged. Believing she is so much better than her predecessor, David Cameron, she fell into the same trap. Manipulating democracy is not rewarding at times of unpredictable populism. Read More