The economic hardship, alienation, loss – and worse – that motivated so many have to be tackled. There’s no point obsessing over impeachment or a second referendum without that effortPerhaps we should call it the new special relationship. Liberal, enlightened types on each side of the Atlantic now share a common experience. While American progressives lament their fellow citizens’ decision to make Donald Trump president a year ago this week, their British counterparts have spent the same period gnashing their teeth over Brexit. When the two groups meet, they exchange apologies: “Don’t blame me,” they tell each other, “I voted the other way.” Related: Brexit is reversible even after date is set, says author of article 50 Continue reading…



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