JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA
...divided than ever. When the prime minister lost, the shared fear around the entire continent was that Brexit would divide the European Union. Two and a half years on, the UK's possible departure from the EU on 29 March has weakened the European project, ... territorial cohesion are being lost along with the anchorage of integration in Europe. In Northern Ireland there is a growing feeling in favour of unification with the rest of the Irish. This comes in response to the problems after Brexit to preserve the Good ... venerable democracy in the world. Historian and columnist Timothy Garton Ash sums up the different options on the table up to the last minute of negotiations with these words: "The only good Brexit is no Brexit."