The Good and the Bad from Chequers

Dave Olsen
5 min readJul 9, 2018

After a 12-hour-long meeting with Cabinet ministers at her country residence on Friday, Theresa May emerged with a view of the UK’s negotiating position on future arrangements with the EU. The plan includes a common market for free trade for agricultural and industrial goods, which is to be created by a common rulebook between the UK and the European trade bloc, and also sets out a framework in which EU migrants to the UK would be given special rights to enter.

The Prime Minister appears to have accomplished a number of objectives with regard to Brexit, politics, and…

Dave Olsen

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