Norway model the best choice for U.K. to avoid Brexit calamity
By Les WhittingtonSep. 19, 2018
Gaining membership to the European Economic Area is just one of many possibilities being kicked around in the U.K. as the runaway train that is Brexit gathers momentum.
Embattled on all sides, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will have to manage her way through the fierce infighting, leadership plotting, and outright revolt among hardline Tory euroskeptics as she pushes her Brexit plan. Photograph courtesy of the office of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
OTTAWA—The Norway model is still the best solution for the United Kingdom as it struggles to secure its future after its fast-approaching deadline for exiting the European Union.
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