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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Kim Darroch: Britain cannot permit a foreign government to dictate who is appointed as ambassador

Do you expect Ambassador Kim Darroch will stay as the UK Ambassador to the US after President Donald Trump claimed – We will no longer deal with him. How would you say the UK should/will manage the situation? Red few comments.

UK Ambassador to US Kim Darroch shakes hand with US President Donald Trump celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in 2018. Credit: Twitter of Amb. Kim Darroch, https://twitter.com/KimDarroch

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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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Trump in the UK: A special relationship?

How would you shortly assess UK-US relations in the age of President Donald Trump, what is Trump bringing with him for the visit? Read few comments.

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Brexit: Will PM May and Labour find a common ground?

Do you think that PM Theresa May and the Labour Party will find a common ground on Brexit, what are the biggest obstacles here? Read few comments.


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Labour split: What does it mean for British politics and Brexit?

What kind of new dynamics could Labour split bring into the UK political scene and the Brexit debate? Could it be significant or probably not so much? Read few comments.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Credit: http://www.labour.org.uk

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Another step closer to no-deal Brexit?

British MPs said no to no-deal Brexit scenario and have sent PM Theresa May back to negotiate. But the EU says there is not much to negotiate considering the UK red lines. So is the likelihood of no-deal Brexit increasing again or do you see some room for negotiations of some alternative to Irish backstop? (Of course, we do not know what exactly would be a plan that would find a majority in the House of Commons).  Read few comments.


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