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Challenges Of A No-Deal Brexit – Analysis
Thursday, August 16, 2018 03:41:00 AM
By Harsh V. Pant. British Prime Minister Theresa May finally announced a Brexit deal last month. It led to some initial turmoil as after the cabinet cleared it, some high profile ministers decided to quit. Boris Johnson who has been an ardent Brexiteer made a big show of his displeasure with what May was proposing.
TREVOR KAVANAGH Bold BoJo strikes a chord with voters and PM must call off the witch-hunt FAR from destroying his chances of becoming Tory leader with his recent comments about Muslim women, this confected witch-hunt against Boris Johnson seems to have bo
Monday, August 13, 2018 03:00:00 AM
Bojo's burkagate is set to run and run, but the PM should consider that his attitude jibes with a healthy proportion of the voting public. And since Labour is already at rock bottom, there has to be some other explanation. Polls are unreliable, but could the answer be that BoJo has once again struck....
Fox faces ridicule over U-turn on Brexit no-deal
Sunday, August 05, 2018 08:31:00 PM
So what has changed? A lot, actually. The Chequers deal has bombed with Tory MPs and activists, including members of the PM's own association in Maidenhead. Two senior cabinet ministers, David Davis and Boris Johnson, have resigned, with Mr Davis's former lieutenants Steve Baker and Stewart Jackson now acting as pro-Brexit attack dogs.
A no-deal Brexit is firmly on the cards – what are you going to do about it, Mark Carney?
Thursday, August 02, 2018 07:23:00 PM
“Brexit vote may spark recession says Carney” (The Independent); “EU referendum: Mark Carney warns Brexit is biggest risk to Britain's financial stability” (Daily Telegraph); and “Bank of England governor Mark Carney sounds dire warning over Brexit Britain's economy - and expertly trolls Boris Johnson” (Daily Mirror).
How has Jeremy Hunt already managed to spectacularly muck up the job of foreign secretary in so few days?
Wednesday, August 01, 2018 07:12:00 PM
It’s amazing how quickly things can change. Just a few short months ago, Brexit was looking fairly disastrous, with negotiations at a standstill , and Boris Johnson was using his platform as foreign secretary to try and There’s no need to be alarmed, however, because May’s cabinet is now “united”,....
Tue Aug 21 01:03:06 +0000 2018
Bending leadership rules for Boris Johnson would see party swamped with entryists, Lord Hague warns… https://t.co/V89J3SIYke
Tue Aug 21 01:03:01 +0000 2018
Hague is spot on here. Too much party democracy is a bad thing. https://t.co/MtK5pcOUBt
Tue Aug 21 01:02:19 +0000 2018
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Tue Aug 21 01:02:02 +0000 2018
A senior Tory just warned against changing the rules for a Boris leadership bid https://t.co/RRy40ILf7C https://t.co/zmatM…
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Tue Aug 21 01:01:52 +0000 2018
Another Brexit Buffoon changed his mind. Time for a People’s Vote. Clean up the #Brexcrement https://t.co/lwviLmKPRs