Brexit: British diplomacy’s charm offensive?

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson just visited Slovakia. He arrives only few days after PM May’s speech in Florence. What do you think is the main aim of British diplomacy after the speech and do you think that speech brought some clarity into the negotiations? Read few comments.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson with State Secretary Ivan Korcok. Credit: http://www.mzv.sk

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Can a new pro-EU party change Brexit?

Do you think that a new pro-EU political party has some chance to succeed or at least to stir the British political scéne or not, and why? Read few comments.
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Brexit: Britain’s mid-life crisis

What is your association when I say Britain and Brexit one year after the referendum, do you think that Britain is somehow different one year after the referendum? Read few comments.

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What’s next for Scottish conservative leader and rising star Ruth Davidson?

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Ruth Davidson, Scottish Conservative leader. Credit: http://www.scottishconservatives.com/

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Tory-DUP partnership: What could this mean?

What do you think could be he most problematic aspect of Tories-DUP partnership? Does this partnership have also some clear advantages for both sides (except, of course the fact they will rule the country)? Read few comments.

Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster. Credit: http://www.mydup.com

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Will the result of UK election affect Brexit talks?

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UK election: May down, Corbyn up. Why that happened?

Conservatives are weaker, Labour Party not strong enough, why that happened and what’s next in your opinion?Read few comments.
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