The British Prime Minister resorts to an age-old political ploy of UK politics, blaming the French.
Underneath the clichés of the eternal rivalry between France and England, Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron are closer than most people would believe.
Boris Johnson faces new challenges to British sovereignty, as global power shifts, tiny yet relevant, have returned in the aftermath of Brexit.
The UK needs to realize that cutting trade links with the continent has always been dumb — whether for Napoleon in December 1807 or Johnson in December 2020.
An exhausted British Prime Minister simply can’t fight on two fronts.
The ways in which the EU can put pressure on a UK that is going rogue are very limited — and potentially vast at the same time.
Boris Johnson’s latest Brexit moves give the Scottish independence movement a fresh impulse.
In its negotiations with the EU, the UK government still puts false hopes on “heavenly” intervention by Germany’s Angela Merkel.
A political decision principally made by the prime minister alone will determine what sort of exit from the EU we start 2021 with.
Dominic Cummings, die-hard Brexiteer and UK sovereignty fetishist, is now part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s problems — and no longer a solution.