- In The Guardian, a frankly depressing, and I suppose a not unexpected article given that not all Europeans view us kindly, by Joris Luyendijk, After Brexit, a game plan for the EU: unleash Project Pain. Here’s one sentence from the article. I recommend a calming cuppa after reading it,
“Call it Project Pain. When the EU starts negotiating the terms of its divorce from the UK it must aim to inflict maximum political and economic damage.”
- In Forbes online, Tim Worstall says, Post Brexit Britain Could Have A Free Trade Agreement With China Before The European Union Does. Here’s a sentence from his article that at least laeves one with an optimistic feeling,
“…… China has been asking for a free trade agreement with the European Union for some time now. And given that the people running the EU don’t really believe in free trade at all, rather in a customs union or zollverein, they’ve been putting them off.”
I know I could find many more similar articles.