Now that there is some clarity about the kind of Brexit deal the UK Government has in mind, it is shocking how such a simple message can be so misread. Theresa May announced that Britain will go for a hard Brexit in 2019, prioritizing immigration control over access to the single market. However, in order to avoid the absolute mess that a hard Brexit would cause, Mrs. May has called for a simple and straight-forward Great Repeal Act that will incorporate all EU Law into British Law, allowing the Government to adjust the provisions of this “repatriated EU Law” in the way it considers appropriate. Britain will be an independent nation again after digesting sixteen tons of acquis communautaire in one single bite. More…