Insights on how the UK might obtain Brexit.

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Insights on how the UK might obtain Brexit.
« on: January 26, 2017, 08:58:37 PM »
I hope that you had a good (and well-earned) Christmas break.

1. I am pleased to attach the latest 'Resistance' newsletter with some
insights on how the UK might obtain Brexit.

As ever, it's the tip of the iceberg, so please do look at some of the
linked stories on the references page
(http://www.newalliance.org.uk/ref117.htm), which contains several important
leads.

2. On the plus side, the EU establishment seems resigned to us leaving. Many
though not all of its supporters in office now seem motivated to achieve an
orderly Brexit and a constructive future working relationship.

On the minus side, there is still much ground to cover to get there by 2019.
This will lead to some challenging negotiations, and probably some difficult
compromises - at least in the short term. We look at the issues, some of
which are not immediately obvious. The biggest danger is that we don't fully
understand them.

The British government also remains keen to play a full role in the EU (as
part of a charm offensive?). It is even participating in common defence
initiatives.


3. As ever, your wider thoughts and suggestions are welcome. Please email
[email protected] if
possible. Otherwise you can text 07976-414913 or write to PO Box 13199,
London SW6 6ZU.

With best wishes for 2017,
Brian
Campaign Manager, New  Alliance
[email protected]


* Quick-click  for latest PDF  -   www.newalliance.org.uk/newyear2017.pdf

You can always visit -  www.newalliance.org.uk/resistance.htm
This page links to the latest issue and also allows you to trace back
numbers.


 
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