One of the things I’ve been doing is asking Londoners to weigh in with their opinions about the ongoing, slow-motion crash that is Brexit. On the backs of toilet stall doors.
So, how is Brexit going?
One person gets straight to the point:
Others engage with the complexity of Britain’s geopolitical relationship to Europe:
‘Brexit will never happen. It can’t. It will be called ‘Brexit’ but we can’t separate ourselves from Europe in reality.’
Today’s news includes talks of a “special” Brexit deal. Macron warns that Britain would not have full access to the single market without accepting its rules.
I’ve been wondering about the details of ‘separating ourselves’ from Europe. I’m wondering where David Cameron is now, and what he thinks of when he surveys the widespread insecurity born out of the referendum screw-up he was instrumental to orchestrating.
Who gets to walk away whistling?