uk prime minister theresa may’s key speech about brexit earlier this week showed she lacked meaningful plans to take britain out of the european union (eu), says a scholar in london.dr. rodney shakespeare made the remarks while discussing may’s vision for brexit, which she outlined during a speech in the italian city of florence on friday.she stressed that the uk would leave the european single market, but noted that london still wants economic relations with the bloc and it will not turn its back on europe.however, she also noted that the british people never felt comfortable as a member of the eu and want to make their own laws independently.“overall, the government headed by theresa may has no vision as regards the great forces of history,” shakespeare told press tv on saturday.“it is very clearly looking to stay within outdated american aggressions, support for the medieval barbarous regime of the autocratic [persian] gulf monarchies and it has at the same time no fundamental new ideas for the detail of what would happen within the uk after brexit,” he added.presstv-uk will regret brexit, eu president warnseuropean commission president says britain will regret its decision to leave the eu and that the bloc will go on without london.the analyst said may lacked a plan to address the three issues that the eu has raised as the key to further progress in the negotiations.so far, the two sides have failed to reach a meaningful agreement on the issues of citizens' r...