As the completely avoidable and largely contrived brink of cataclysm looms, Prime Minister Theresa May should think outside the Brexit bollocks box and consider telling the truth.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May should ‘fess up and tell the people of Britain that Brexit can’t be done without enormous economic, social, political, and geopolitical costs, writes Lisa Van Dusen. Photograph courtesy of the office of the U.K. prime minister
The first time I visited London in the ’80s as an embryonic politico, nothing really worked. Not the pay phones, not the heating, not the hot water, not the Tube. And what it lacked in basic functionality, it made up for in osmotic exorbitance.
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