Ten years ago this month, David Cameron, then Prime Minister, launched the Brexit process. Since then, the exit from the European Union has exacerbated the economic malaise in the United Kingdom, halted its trade and dried up investment. The move further soured Britain’s relationship with many of its natural allies.
Today, while a majority of Britons say they regret leaving the Union, a path is emerging towards improved relations with Europe. It is in the interest of both parties. But it will be a long process that will involve restoring confidence. London must first normalize its relations with Brussels.