Ten days after the UK voted to leave the European Union and we are still no clearer as to what kind of Brexit we will get or how long it will take. Instead of reaching out to the other 27 member states to begin the conversation, the country has turned inwards. Following the Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that he is to stand down as a result of his defeat at the polls, the ruling Conservative party is now engaged in a leadership contest. One of five candidates will be crowned Cameron’s successor – but not until 9th September. Until then, the government is in limbo and there is no chance that a UK negotiating position will emerge.

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