Why not just sabotage the EU?
The Daily Telegraph
Now that “all hope of a successful Brexit has been lost,” said James Crisp, it’s time for Britain to plot its revenge on Brussels. Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for the U.K.’s withdrawal from the bloc has failed in Parliament, partly because of her own ineptitude and partly because the EU “out-thought and out-fought” her at every turn, forcing her to include guarantees that will keep some or all of the U.K. bound by EU rules indefinitely. So, here’s what Parliament should do next: Keep Britain in the EU by canceling Brexit before our official March 29 departure date. Why? Because it would result in May’s “defenestration” and allow “true Brexiteers” to take over the government. We could then “wage a guerrilla-style campaign of sabotage and frustration” within the EU, undermining legislation wherever possible and opening rifts among member nations. The EU has already chastised several members that have moved toward populism and authoritarianism, such as Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic, while plenty of other member states are concerned about rising EU budgets and loss of sovereignty to Brussels. The U.K. could strike up “Machiavellian blood-alliances” with these insurgents to block French and German plans for closer EU integration. After a few years of that, “Brussels will be begging the U.K. to leave as quickly as possible.”