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Are Brussels mistaking tactics for strategy?

I didn’t vote for Brexit. I thought – and still think – that it’s a strategic mistake that makes it harder to defend British interests. And God only knows our Government has hardly made the best of it.

Still, I can’t be the only Remainer tempted to bang the table and give two fingers to the short-sighted cabal who sent Theresa May packing from Salzburg this week. I can’t be the only one to think it pretty fair that Mrs May asked for a minimum level of respect on Friday, nor am I alone in finding it outrageous that the EU requires the UK to carve itself into pieces to avoid the risk of violence in Northern Ireland and to allow planes of our holidaymakers...

Are Brussels mistaking tactics for strategy?

I didn’t vote for Brexit. I thought – and still think – that it’s a strategic mistake that makes it harder to defend British interests. And God only knows our Government has hardly made the best of it.

Still, I can’t be the only Remainer tempted to bang the table and give two fingers to the short-sighted cabal who sent Theresa May packing from Salzburg this week. I can’t be the only one to think it pretty fair that Mrs May asked for a minimum level of respect on Friday, nor am I alone in finding it outrageous that the EU requires the UK to carve itself into pieces to avoid the risk of violence in Northern Ireland and to allow planes of our holidaymakers...

Are Brussels mistaking tactics for strategy?

I didn’t vote for Brexit. I thought – and still think – that it’s a strategic mistake that makes it harder to defend British interests. And God only knows our Government has hardly made the best of it.

Still, I can’t be the only Remainer tempted to bang the table and give two fingers to the short-sighted cabal who sent Theresa May packing from Salzburg this week. I can’t be the only one to think it pretty fair that Mrs May asked for a minimum level of respect on Friday, nor am I alone in finding it outrageous that the EU requires the UK to carve itself into pieces to avoid the risk of violence in Northern Ireland and to allow planes of our holidaymakers...

Are Brussels mistaking tactics for strategy?

I didn’t vote for Brexit. I thought – and still think – that it’s a strategic mistake that makes it harder to defend British interests. And God only knows our Government has hardly made the best of it.

Still, I can’t be the only Remainer tempted to bang the table and give two fingers to the short-sighted cabal who sent Theresa May packing from Salzburg this week. I can’t be the only one to think it pretty fair that Mrs May asked for a minimum level of respect on Friday, nor am I alone in finding it outrageous that the EU requires the UK to carve itself into pieces to avoid the risk of violence in Northern Ireland and to allow planes of our holidaymakers...