Brexit, UK Parliament suspension and British politics: What’s next?

As the UK Parliament will be suspended after PM Boris Johnson asked the Queen to use her powers, in your opinion, what does it mean for Brexit and British political scene? Read few comments.


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Brexit: A high-risk strategy of PM Boris Johnson

PM Boris Johnson’s new Cabinet had a strongly pro-Brexit flavor. In your opinion, what does it mean in terms where Brexit and British political scene are heading? Read few comments.


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What do Trump and Johnson tell us about the current world?

The US President is Donald Trump, UK PM is (soon to be) Boris Johnson. Does is tell us something profound about the current world we live in, and what? Or maybe it is less significant as some observers claim, and why? Read few comments.
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Will the possibility of a no deal Brexit increase with Boris Johnson as British PM?

It seems Boris Johnson is a clear favorite to become a British PM. Do you think that if that happen a chance of the no-deal Brexit scenario will really increase, and what kind of reaction do you expect from the EU? Read few comments.

Boris Johnson. Credit: http://www.conservatives.com

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Only Boris can stop Boris?

How much is it safe bet, and why, that Boris Johnson will be elected for a Tory leader? Read few comments.

Boris Johnson. Credit: http://www.conservatives.com

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What do Boris Johnson and David Davis’ resignations mean for PM May and Brexit?

What do the resignations of Ministers Boris Johnson and David Davis mean for PM Theresa May domestically and what does it mean for Brexit negotiations with the EU? Read few comments.


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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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