Britain’s EU Friendships May Not Alter Brexit’s Path

This was supposed to be the point in the Brexit process when the U.K. gained the upper hand.

For months, Brexiters have insisted that once the focus of negotiations moved onto the future relationship, the U.K.’s closest European allies—including the Dutch, the Finns, the Irish, the Poles and the Italians—would exert pressure on the rest of the European Union to resist the urge to punish Britain and instead agree on an ambitious deal that would allow frictionless trade to continue.


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