2016年全年通天报

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These intransigent Eurocrats would rather a juddering rupture than see Britain succeed on its own

Are Eurocrats, I wonder, starting to feel the tiniest batsqueak of doubt? A year ago, they had the UK where they wanted it. Our officials were pledging to adopt EU social and employment laws unilaterally and to pay for the privilege. Had any other country made such an offer, Brussels negotiators would have snapped its hand off like ravening hounds. But, still bruised by the referendum result, they instead demanded more. Result? A change of management in Britain, and the sweeping away of concessions that the previous administration placed on the table.

Theresa May approached the talks as a supplicant....

These intransigent Eurocrats would rather a juddering rupture than see Britain succeed on its own

Are Eurocrats, I wonder, starting to feel the tiniest batsqueak of doubt? A year ago, they had the UK where they wanted it. Our officials were pledging to adopt EU social and employment laws unilaterally and to pay for the privilege. Had any other country made such an offer, Brussels negotiators would have snapped its hand off like ravening hounds. But, still bruised by the referendum result, they instead demanded more. Result? A change of management in Britain, and the sweeping away of concessions that the previous administration placed on the table.

Theresa May approached the talks as a supplicant....

These intransigent Eurocrats would rather a juddering rupture than see Britain succeed on its own

Are Eurocrats, I wonder, starting to feel the tiniest batsqueak of doubt? A year ago, they had the UK where they wanted it. Our officials were pledging to adopt EU social and employment laws unilaterally and to pay for the privilege. Had any other country made such an offer, Brussels negotiators would have snapped its hand off like ravening hounds. But, still bruised by the referendum result, they instead demanded more. Result? A change of management in Britain, and the sweeping away of concessions that the previous administration placed on the table.

Theresa May approached the talks as a supplicant....

These intransigent Eurocrats would rather a juddering rupture than see Britain succeed on its own

Are Eurocrats, I wonder, starting to feel the tiniest batsqueak of doubt? A year ago, they had the UK where they wanted it. Our officials were pledging to adopt EU social and employment laws unilaterally and to pay for the privilege. Had any other country made such an offer, Brussels negotiators would have snapped its hand off like ravening hounds. But, still bruised by the referendum result, they instead demanded more. Result? A change of management in Britain, and the sweeping away of concessions that the previous administration placed on the table.

Theresa May approached the talks as a supplicant....