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Thursday, 29 September 2016

UK exit from the EU: Consequences for Africa and the Commonwealth

The emergence of Mrs Theresa May as the United Kingdom’s new prime minister is slowly steadying the ship of state that was destabilised by political turbulence in the wake of the June 23 referendum, which narrowly voted in favour of exiting the European Union (EU). It had been said, during the dramatic turn of events, and immediately after the sudden resignation of David Cameron as prime minister, that the UK would need a safe pair of hand to steady the ship of state, steer and negotiate its exit from the EU. From among the names bandied around to take over from Cameron, it was obvious to me that the next prime minister would not be the rebellious Boris Johnson because, if examples in recent British political history are anything to go by, perfidious politicians like Johnson don’t ultimately clinch the trophy and get the benefits or spoils of their perfidious act. Michael Heseltine easily comes to mind.

Source: caribbeannewsnow.com