The promises of the Brexiteers in regards to trade deals vs the harsh, very harsh, reality:
More striking is the US attempt to restrict Britain’s ability to sign a deal with a non-market economy such as China. So much for taking back control. If the UK were to sign up to these demands, we’d simply be trading one set of restraints on our sovereignty – restraints agreed by us and 27 other nations in Brussels – for another, dictated by Donald Trump in Washington.
But then I've got a sneaking suspicion that a lot of the "dark money" which was flowing (or flooding?) into the Leave campaign also came from interested circles in the US (in addition to some Russian sources).We now know the great prize of Brexit: becoming Trump’s prey | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian
This week the US president has shown how volatile and untrustworthy he is, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedlandwww.theguardian.com