What’s next for Brexit?

Barring a miracle Britain will leave the EU on January 31. In general, what do you expect from the UK-EU negotiations about the future relations? PM Boris Johnson wants to finish them by end of 2020. But is it realistic? Read few comments.


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Is Boris Johnson ready to run Britain?

Tories and PM Boris Johnson have a clear mandate to run the country. But how much is Johnson ready to do it? He and his government will have to try to keep promises from the party manifesto, will have to deal with various complicated international (trade) negotiations, the question of independence referendum in Scotland might be back on the table… Read few comments.

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

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All about Brexit? Britain goes to poll

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Brexit: Will early elections solve anything in Britain?

Also taking into account current opinion polls do you think that an early elections may be a recipe for solving a Brexit deadlock, or probably not, and why? It’s probably unrealistic but ex-PM Tony Blair suggested that a solution would be have an elections and also the second referendum. Read few comments.


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Is revived Brexit deal fair and reasonable?

Michel Barnier and Boris Johnson called revived Brexit deal fair and reasonable. Would you agree, or perhaps not and why? Read few comments.


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John le Carré, James Bond and Monty Python: Is Brexit a spy novel or a joke?

According to Guardian John le Carré’s new novel Agent Running in the Field is set amid ‘lunatic’ Brexit intrigue. Do you think that Brexit is a right set up for an espionage novel, and why? Read new comments.

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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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