Category Archives: Brexit

UK’s Brexit Derangement Becomes More Visible as May Puts Foot in Mouth and Chews

As short seller David Einhorn has said, “No matter how bad you think it is, it’s worse.” I thought I was at risk of being unduly dire in my early readings on Brexit, which was that the two sides have a large gap between their positions and have been talking past each other. Early on, […]


The Brexit Situation is Developing Not Necessarily to the UK’s Advantage

We’ve been neglecting Brexit due to Trump going uber hawkish and the resulting barrage of news stories to sort through. And another reason is that the noise to signal ratio got even higher in the British media around the time Brexit became official. Formal progress will be virtually nil till late May. The UK and […]