Thousands of articles and analyses, as many speeches and pamphlets – just in two years Brexit became an object of diverse art. Some poured their grief out in songs, some praised it in poetry, others named their pets after it. A quick Internet search indicates that Brexit is related to excitement and endless emotions. A few days ago it acquired a White Paper, which further ignited the moods.
On 12 July 2018 Theresa May presented the voluminous plan for the future relationship with the EU – “the White paper”, containing about hundred pages, prompted reflection, but also shocks, resignations and radically opposing views.