This article first appeared on The Kiel Institute.
Following the Brexit vote and a tough-talking Theresa May at the Conservative Party Conference, some in Brussels seem inclined to set an exemplary warning. That would be the worst possible response. What we need is a spirit of maximum cooperation that builds bridges for the UK.
There is strong political pressure to act. In the absence of swift clarity about future relations between the United Kingdom and the EU, economic benefits on both sides risk falling victim to politically-induced procrastination.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain's ruling Conservative party has determined that either Theresa May or Andrea Leadsom will succeed David Cameron as prime minister on Sept. 9 and so negotiate British withdrawal from the European Union.
Theresa May’s little pitch over coffee at the EU summit last night seems to have backfired. The Guardian and the Daily Telegraph although divided over a hard and a soft Brexit are united in reporting that she ” created a lot of ...
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