Damon Linker argues that the overwrought reaction to Brexit is the product of the left having its faith shattered. Yuval Levin says more. Even Krugman thinks they might be overdoing it a bit, at least on the economic side.
While Britain is the epicenter, the Brexit has some ramifications for Poland, too. From what I understand Britain is still likely to bring in a lot of Poles due to other agreements. If they don’t, though, could there be any benefit to Poland from not losing the human capital?
Blah. Only a person who has been DESTROYED BY JOHN OLIVER would say such negative things about John Oliver.
Well, I suppose it’s true if David Cameron were an African leader he wouldn’t have resigned, but… so? That’s like the whole “American presidents are critical of Castro but he outlasts them all. Well yeah, but that’s because one country has accountability and term limits and the other country doesn’t.
Speaking Britain and Africa…
Meanwhile, finding trading partners may not be so hard for Britain.
James Pethokoukis argues that the Brexit may have been inevitable.
Is the EU not even trying anymore? No, it’s not a big deal, but maybe such actions are not worth the antagonism they generate?
Rejected Remain ads. I like the grenade, the ledge, and the hippo. It’s probably good they didn’t go with the first one.
Apparently the best candidate to replace London as a banking capital is… London. But the case is less strong than it was before.
CT May is not happy about the outcome, but he’s not exactly broken up about it.