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How May’s approach to European negotiation differs from Cameron’s

David Cameron’s approach was to take Britain’s existing arrangements with the European Union as a baseline, and then seek to adjust them: to start close, and try to get some distance. Theresa May’s is to start with the kind of relationship she wants to get to, and work backwards from there: to take complete separation as the baseline, and rebuild what connections we can where we can.

Robert Colville

Source: At last, we know what Brexit means – CapX

Posted in Britain, Europe, Politics, Quotes.

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