On Brexit, U.K. now headed for the worst of all possible outcomes
By Les WhittingtonMay. 29, 2019
The risk of Britain careening into a ‘disorderly’ no-deal Brexit is ‘alarmingly high,’ Bank of England Governor Mark Carney warned last month.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, pictured in May, will say goodbye to No. 10 on June 7, having found no way forward for her Brexit deal. Photograph courtesy of the office of the U.K. prime minister
OTTAWA—For months in Europe, the question everyone asked about British Prime Minister Theresa May was: why does she cling to power in the face of repeated national rejection, public humiliation and back-stabbing within her own Conservative Party?
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Canada has been without an ambassador in China for five months, during a time when relations with China have deteriorated. Now there’s reports Chinese Ambassador Lu Shaye is set to depart for a new post.