Shanker Singham is quoted in the Daily Express
Mr Singham, who recently set up a new trade unit at the free-market Institute of Economic Affairs think tank, said: “We must move from a mindset where UK negotiators think the EU and UK are basically trying to sort out a problem that the British electorate has given them, but are now on opposite sides of the table in a trade negotiation.
“The EU does not always have UK interests at heart as they have already demonstrated in a number of ways, most recently with respect to the manner in which our negotiations in the World Trade Organisation are concerned.
“We need to become more savvy about their negotiation tactics.
“So far, in the year since Article 50 negotiations commenced, it is the UK that has made concessions to the EU, which the EU has pocketed and offered little in return.”
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