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I don't know if vitamins have anything to do with it, but the author seems to be overlooking the point that the EU and the UK already DID negotiate a mutual agreement, with compromises make by BOTH sides, and that it was the UK that was not able to support its end of the agreement.

Whether or not that is a problem with the UK's system of governance system (it is) is one thing, but the fact remains that the warring tribes on both sides initially agreed a compromise, and then one of the tribes backed away.

That is what will be in the history books, not the tabloid newspaper articles and politicians' tweets about who is to blame for what.

by asdf on Sat Oct 12th, 2019 at 02:57:05 AM EST
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