Who’s likely to blink as Brexit showdown enters final stage?
By Les WhittingtonFeb. 20, 2019
A no-deal Brexit appears more likely by the day.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, meet in Brussels on Dec. 11, 2018. Britain may leave the U.K. without a roadmap on March 29 if the two can’t manage to satisfy the British Parliament’s desire for changes to their current deal. Photograph courtesy of the U.K. government
OTTAWA—With preparations ranging from the pathetic to the deeply alarming, Britain is careening towards a breakup with the European Union that could leave the world’s fifth largest national economy in a state of destructive chaos.
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