Britain and Brexit
A year ago following Brexit, I contacted my adult daughters in London recalling the anxious push, decades earlier, to gain entry to Europe. Little wonder, therefore, my fervent support for Jonathan Freedland’s rhetorical proposition, Can Brexit be stopped (30 June)?
• In your 9 June cover story, How US became a rogue state, Joseph Stiglitz says: “Donald Trump has thrown a hand grenade into the global economic architecture that was so painstakingly constructed in the years after the end of the second world war.”
Consider what the British government and her two prime ministers David Cameron and Theresa May have done. They have thrown a time bomb into the European Union, so painstakingly constructed in the years after the end of the second world war, which resulted in the deaths of millions of young people.
Does this make Great Britain a “rogue state”? SH Jayasena Colombo, Sri Lanka