If the European banking community moves on from London, it does seem to me that France is not a good fit.
Rory Stewart (An undersecretary of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) was a Remainer, but argues that it’s time to make the most of the departure. Michael Burrage argues that Britain’s negotiating hand is really quite strong.
Matthew Parris explains that now that he knows his country a little bit better, he likes it a little bit less.
And a good-bye to
Neil Nigel Farage, the marmite of British politics and arguably the most successful British politician of an era.
Farage may be less than pleased to know that free movement appears to be on the table, however.
There are quite a lot of decisions to be made. It seems kind of obvious that, assuming Brexit happens, Team Norway has the edge.
And Eastern Europe makes its move…
Naturally, the Brexit was a result of climate change.