Who’s bluffing: Boris Johnson or the EU?

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Boris Johnson Brussels believes that it has completed almost all the necessary no-deal planning, except it may try to organize improved communication between relevant national agencies and the EU Commission. It regards the idea being floated by many Brexiter MPs … Read More

Deal or no-deal Brexit? Boris playing with fire

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Boris Johnson undertook a reshuffle of his Cabinet, more vicious and spiteful than any seen before. Britain’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a statement in the House of Commons in London on Thursday. (Photo: AFP) On Tuesday last week, … Read More

No-deal Brexit would be EU’s fault, says Boris Johnson

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Boris Johnson has ratcheted up his game of chicken with the EU over Brexit, claiming it will be the fault of Brussels if Britain leaves the bloc without a deal. The prime minister said it was now “their call” whether … Read More

The chances of no Brexit are now greater than no deal, poll of economists finds

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It’s more likely Brexit will be cancelled than the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal A poll of economists has found that the UK leaving the EU without a deal is now less likely than Brexit … Read More

Brexit as risk: The FOUR scenarios we could see in the coming months

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BREXIT has been delayed for a second time, with the date now set for the UK to depart the EU on October 31. But what this could mean is anything but clear. The British political elite continue squabbling over how, … Read More

Britain was supposed to be on its way out of the E.U. Instead, it may have to hold European elections.

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Britain’s Parliament on Friday voted down Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for the third time. The vote, which came on the day that Britain had originally been scheduled to leave the European Union, added another layer of uncertainty to an already … Read More

Theresa May’s EU Brexit deal rejected by Parliament a third time

LONDON – British lawmakers on Friday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s European Union divorce deal for a third time, a defeat that adds further uncertainty and confusion over the country’s the efforts to leave the bloc. Britain now has until April 12 to … Read More

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