David Goodhart, founder of Prospect magazine and author of new book 'The Road to Somewhere,' writes for the New York Times in favor of a constructively ambiguous Brexit. "There is a sense of drift and stalemate about British politics today...But this stalemate between the country's two  dominant "values" blocs may turn out to be benign. Britons excel at constructive ambiguity, or "muddling through," and a constructive ambiguous Brexit may be exactly what Britain and Europe need." Read the full article here