This is the question simmering beneath the surface in economically challenged Britain. Whatever the answer, the government has failed to seize the opportunities Brexit offered, says Victor Hill.
Britain wanted an amicable divorce from Europe – but the spurned partner is in an unforgiving mood, writes Victor Hill.
Will Britain really be better positioned to prosper going forward under the new trade deal? Only time will tell, writes Victor Hill.
It’s looking likely that if there ever was going to be a UK-EU trade deal it would have happened by now, writes Victor Hill.
Goodbye, EU. To be honest, we never loved the idea of a German-run bureaucracy telling us what to do. But we still love Europe – and will always trade with her, says Victor Hill.
Mr Johnson occupies Downing Street but he is a prisoner of a Remainer parliament and the rule of lawyers. Victor Hill wonders whether Brexit has been caged.
Remainers argue that no one voted for no-deal. But exactly what kind of remain did Remainers vote for? Victor Hill inquires.
What are the chances that Brexit will be postponed or even reversed altogether? And if it does take place – which type of Brexit will it be and who will be the winners and losers in the corporate world? Victor Hill investigates.
Eurozone economies are slowing. Meanwhile, the May-Barnier deal Brexit looks dead in the water. What would happen if a Eurozone recession coincided with a no-deal Brexit? Victor Hill thinks it’s time to batten the hatches.
As the Withdrawal Agreement approaches its moment of truth, the UK is already plotting a course for new trading arrangements in the wider world. That’s if we are ever let out of our cage, writes Victor Hill.