My husband Kurt and I returned Friday from London—the historic city that is roiling with the unanswered question of how the United Kingdom can maneuver itself from membership in the European Union and not wreck its economy. The jury remains out on Britain’s future as the clock ticks down and British politicians point fingers and live in denial. They have two weeks to come up with something remotely resembling a plan to go forward.
The day we left London, March 29, 2019, was slated to be the day Britain left the EU. Instead the United Kingdom, Europe, and the rest of the world wait for a Brexit solution.
Meanwhile in the streets, the Tube (the subway) and the pubs of London, life goes on. Here are the signs of the times as we found them in London last week.
//Anna ~ 3/31/2019