Tag Archives: Theresa May

May and Nahles: Two Convenient Whipping “Boys”

Women in Europe are still rarely the leaders of well-known parties. Now, the two most prominent of them could possibly leave the political top level in the same week.

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Brexit: Could Boris Do What Theresa Could Not?

While he did not endear himself to his continental colleagues during his stint as foreign minister, Boris Johnson’s flexibility could turn into an advantage.

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After Theresa: The Brexit Mess and the EU

Many on the continent may now see an orderly “velvet” Brexit as the least bad among the realistic outcomes.

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Brexitology: Dog Chases Tail, Again

Theresa May’s authority is so eroded that her latest attempt to finally resolve Brexit will likely fail.

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The Big Brexit Mess

UK poll shift sends clear message to the two major parties – sort Brexit out fast.

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Brexit: The Globalist’s Top Ten Features

A selection of the most thought-provoking articles on Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.

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In Charts: EU/UK Futures

Key facts on Brexit and the UK’s economic future explained in charts.

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A Long-Term Fight Over British Identity

Brexit is not so much about the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe than it is about determining the nature and structure of the UK itself.

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Brexit Devours Its Children

Britain and the EU

Tory anti-Europeanism ended Margaret Thatcher, John Major, David Cameron and Theresa May. Who’s next?

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Brexit: How to Save UK Democracy

How might a new way forward on Brexit be uncovered, if the existing deal is not accepted?

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