The Financial Times has reported on Theresa May’s chaotic train crash approach to Brexit and the chaotic consequences this could have for trade and diplomatic relations.
” There is a third possibility that is little discussed but increasingly likely: “train-crash Brexit”. In this version of events, the UK and the EU fail to agree a negotiated divorce. Instead, Britain simply crashes out of the EU — with chaotic consequences for trade and diplomatic relations,” writes Gideon Rachmann.
After sealing a disastrous trade deal for Britain with China, a disastrous migrant deal with Poland and steering Brexit against a legal wall, Theresa May has no more credibility.