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The three years since the referendum have been poor ones for the UK’s reputation. Whichever way you voted, or whatever you want to happen now, to see a Government negotiate an international agreement only to see it heavily defeated in Parliament, repeatedly, is not a good look.

Similarly, you can think that big business has too much of a political say, but to see their views obviously ignored by Government and belittled by MPs does not help project the UK as a great base for companies. The limited understanding many politicians have shown of global negotiating realities or the EU of which we’ve been members for over 40 years has similarly not engendered confidence.

Perhaps there was an inevitability...

The three years since the referendum have been poor ones for the UK’s reputation. Whichever way you voted, or whatever you want to happen now, to see a Government negotiate an international agreement only to see it heavily defeated in Parliament, repeatedly, is not a good look.

Similarly, you can think that big business has too much of a political say, but to see their views obviously ignored by Government and belittled by MPs does not help project the UK as a great base for companies. The limited understanding many politicians have shown of global negotiating realities or the EU of which we’ve been members for over 40 years has similarly not engendered confidence.

Perhaps there was an inevitability...

The three years since the referendum have been poor ones for the UK’s reputation. Whichever way you voted, or whatever you want to happen now, to see a Government negotiate an international agreement only to see it heavily defeated in Parliament, repeatedly, is not a good look.

Similarly, you can think that big business has too much of a political say, but to see their views obviously ignored by Government and belittled by MPs does not help project the UK as a great base for companies. The limited understanding many politicians have shown of global negotiating realities or the EU of which we’ve been members for over 40 years has similarly not engendered confidence.

Perhaps there was an inevitability...

The three years since the referendum have been poor ones for the UK’s reputation. Whichever way you voted, or whatever you want to happen now, to see a Government negotiate an international agreement only to see it heavily defeated in Parliament, repeatedly, is not a good look.

Similarly, you can think that big business has too much of a political say, but to see their views obviously ignored by Government and belittled by MPs does not help project the UK as a great base for companies. The limited understanding many politicians have shown of global negotiating realities or the EU of which we’ve been members for over 40 years has similarly not engendered confidence.

Perhaps there was an inevitability...