Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Who Will Win Next Thursday in Britain?

If Johnson does not win a majority, it would be a major defeat for him and some kind of technical government would have to be formed — mainly to organize a new referendum.

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UK: Can Corbyn Sell Britain on His Hard Left Turn?

In three weeks British voters decide on the fate the biggest left-wing political offer made in a western democracy since 1981.

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Will Corbyn’s Vanity Deliver Johnson’s Brexit?

Jeremy Corbyn’s personal irresponsibility and vanity may finally deliver Brexit.

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Boris Johnson: Grand Hasardeur (Forever the Gambler)

This is the first time a ruling party has gone into an election with the slogan “Vote for Us and Become Poorer.”

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The Brexit Saga: Seven Lessons for the EU

The lessons that the EU will – hopefully – draw from Brexit should give it a good chance to weather other storms.

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The EU-UK Brexit Deal

Progress, but does Boris have the numbers?

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US Impeachment and UK Prorogation: Back to 1710

The last time an impeachment process in the U.S. and prorogation of Parliament in the UK were simultaneously in the news was in 1710.

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Johnson’s New Deal: Not Good Enough

The UK’s new Brexit plan raises five EU concerns.

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10 Things Britons Have Learned About Boris Johnson Recently

The list of serious transgressions presented below describes what is happening in the United Kingdom — not in Belarus, Turkey, Egypt or the Philippines.

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UK: Amidst Chaos, Keeping Calm

Another Edward R. Murrow moment? Letter from a relaxed England as October Brexit approaches.

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