Last Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May demanded that her party reject her own Brexit plan so she could go back to negotiations with the European Union (EU) and dismantle an agreement that her government reached with the continent, on an impossibly fast timeline, during talks that have already been ruled out.
On every level, it is an insane way to behave. The British government is actively sabotaging the work it has spent the past two years completing and then doing a victory dance.
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