What does PM May’s defeat in the Commons mean for Brexit?

What does the UK government defeat in the Parliament mean domestically for Brexit what effect it may have on the negotiation with the EU? Read few comments.


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Brexit: Will sufficient progress be made?

Would you say the EU is moving towards confirming a “sufficient” progress in Brexit negotiations or probably not, and why? Read few comments.


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Brexit and Russia: How bad was/is it?

Researchers find that accounts run from Russia tried to sow discord between Britons over the referendum, at least 419 of those accounts tweeted about Brexit a total of 3,468 times – mostly after the referendum had taken place. The number might look small so how would you judge the operation like this in a broader context of Russia’s disinfo efforts? Read few comments.


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Harassment and abuse: It’s a man’s world and how to change it

PM Theresa May’s government but also the whole British political scene are hit by the series of cases of sexual harassment and abuse. What should be an answer of British society, politicians to it? And BTW, how much is this a problem for the future existence of the May’s cabinet? Read few comments.
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Brexiteers like Catalonia’s independence. Why?

It is interesting that Catalan independence movement receives a lot of support from Brexiteers. Would you say it is first of all due the fact they want to irritate the EU? Or do you see also some similarities between Brexit and Catalan push for independence? 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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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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