The president of the European Union’s executive arm said Wednesday that the United Kingdom cannot unilaterally change the bilateral Brexit agreement without destroying global trust in the country. Insisting that chances for a future trade deal were slipping away by the day, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told EU lawmakers that plans by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to renege on parts of the U.K.-EU withdrawal agreement dimmed those hopes even further. What’s more, von der Leyen asserted, Britain is throwing its good name to the wind by not respecting a deal it signed in December. “It cannot be unilaterally changed, disregarded,”″ she said in her State of the Union address. “This is a matter of law and trust and good faith.” Von der Leyen drove home the point by quoting from a 1975 speech by former British prime minister and conservative icon Margaret […]