Where next for Britain after Brexit and the Iran crisis?

Where next for Britain after Brexit and the Iran crisis?

We’re joined by Bronwen Maddox, director of the Institute for Government, and Robert Tombs, professor of history at the University of Cambridge, to discuss post-Brexit Britain.

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transit journal says:

That's sick…cit: "I do not believe in…" UKs contractual debts?!
Does he think UK can negotiate new deals and win allies with this attitude?

Getting control back…by becoming a banana republic of Trumpistan?
Wagging war in the Middle East for a better trade deal?
Europe should be glad to get rid of UK.

welsh brexiteer says:

Where next ONWARDS AND UPWARDS .

Andreas Venizelou says:

Is Erdogan dead following a heart attack?

Baz Robb says:

BBC FAKE NEWS SHUT BBC DOWN BIASED BBC. DONT PAY THE BBC LICENCE TAX . EU FLAG IN THE BACKGROUND JOHN SNOW ,THE IDIOT SHOUTING STOP BREXIT . AND WE PAY FOR SUCH RUBBISH.

Sören Nilsson says:

When UK entered the common market the following tradeblocks did not exist, NAFTA, TPP, MERCOSUR, AFCFTA, EUAS, EAEU, GAFTA, EU and so on. Adding two growing internally centered economies in form of China and India. The idiots that think that tradedeals that benefits the UK are easy will have a steep learning curve. To stand and say I do not belive that the UK will lose billions is madness in such a case you must know. He is risking the economy of an entire nation.

Craig 74 says:

Do Channel 4 News pay people to shout "stop bresxit" and wave EU flags during news reports? Biased much????

Jy Jym says:

Put the royal navy on their door step , as with all Muslim nations, big on rhetoric, when the going gets tough they tend to run away screaming .

Bent Overgaard says:

Great seafaring nation. That's a long time ago.

Quintin Phillips says:

How about becoming friends with Iran?

TE_Mr.R!D3R says:

What happened to, Rule Britannia! Britannia rule the waves!!??

Boudi E J van Vlijmen says:

Finally clear and rational comments on the really not hopeless position of Britain after the Brexit.

TheEnlightenedOne says:

A Brexit recession is also coming. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jul/22/no-deal-brexit-uk-recession-niesr-british-eu-trade
Are you willing to sacrifice your income for brexit?

pawel piszczek says:

I think the Brexit is worth it any way, because the UK can transfer 350bilion pounds every week into NHS instead into EU.

Bertie BO says:

Britain urgently needs to rebuild its armed forces. The state should be spending at least 130 billion pounds each year on ships, men and equipment. as things stand we could not defend our own shores from a Belgian invasion let alone a European or joint European/ Russian invasion. only a no deal brexit will free enough funds to meet this need. we currently contribute 19 billion pounds per year to the EU, some of which goes towards the European armed force.

Max Harbig says:

Special relationship? As long ago as 1918 Woodrow Wilson declared the following when visiting Britain. So nothing can be depended on when US and UK interests clash, or are even when they are substantially unaligned. Nobody should be taken aback by America First after all in creating the Empire it was always Britain First wasn't it? “You must not speak of us who come over here as cousins, still less as brothers; we are neither. Neither must you think of us as Anglo-Saxons, for that term can no longer be rightly applied to the people of the US. Nor must too much importance in this connection be attached to the fact that English is our common language… no, there are only two things which can establish and maintain closer relations between your country and mine: they are community of ideals and interests.”

Mortimer Duke says:

The two men on the right are mildly speaking sense.

Andre aziz says:

UK has been rejected by USA no need to invite the US President while on the invation of Iraq ,Sudan,Afghanistan UK had to follow-bow down risk our armed forces

The jupiter says:

WARNING ⚠️ CHANNEL 4 ANTI BREXIT PROPAGANDA VIDEO.

juan reyes says:

Scotland will do well to abandon the banana republic of England, a country whose officers and even rulers are chosen by Washington and are used as cannon fodder for US proxy wars.

Shane Goodlad says:

You won't need to worry about any trade with the United States if you still are apart of the EU in any way shape or form…..

abhal dii says:

BORIS WILL KNOW HOW BETTER

Jordan D says:

UK is out of the EU DICTATORSHIP, deal with it!

Mirx says:

Those that don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. That is the first thing you learn when you study history. How Tombs, a member of the history faculty at Cambridge, has forgotten that and can be so naive, is beyond me.

NORMA BAGGINDALE says:

39 billion to build new ships

NORMA BAGGINDALE says:

Lets not mention Darren Grimes Brexit campainer cleared today by a court of the political trail he endured why no ch4 investigation into the anti brexit electoral commission f—ing traitors this lot.

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