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Therese Raphael

Therese Raphael

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Boris Johnson Won't Care If He Loses His Fight With Europe

A new British prime minister has tabled a new Brexit proposal, leading to a new set of negotiations

Boris Johnson Still Has a Fighting Chance

Is Boris Johnson about to be thrown into a Brexit briar patch — and is that just where he wants to b

The Most Important Brexiter Isn’t Boris Johnson

In the highly entertaining Channel 4 drama about the 2016 referendum campaign “Brexit: The Uncivil W

How Brexit Ate the Prime Minister

Prime Minister Theresa May was popular once.

What Comes After a Chaotic Week in Brexit?

Friday was meant to be the day that Britain officially left the European Union.

British Politics Enters the Meltdown Phase

Theresa May promised lawmakers as many as three votes on Brexit this week, but it was the first that

May’s Brexit Plan Found at the Bottom of a Glass

Olly Robbins has become the one thing a British civil servant must never be: the news. The govern

Brexit-era Britain’s ‘Last Hope’ Bows to Reality

Every once in a while the world of sport seems to provide the perfect metaphor for a national moment

Two Ways May Could Just End the Brexit Standoff

Britain’s parliament hasn’t yet voted on Theresa May’s Brexit deal or on whether it still has confid

Can Any Politician Have a ‘Good’ Brexit? Yes

When Brexit is said and done, legion will be the politicians whose careers and ambitions are shatter

May’s Other Option on Brexit

A conventional view is forming about what happens next in Brexit.

Theresa May’s Victory Is a Vote Against a No-Deal Brexit

Conservative lawmakers in the UK voted on one question, but decided another.

A Thelma and Louise Brexit?

Committed Brexiters, including former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab, have arrived at the conclusion

The Political Split That Will Determine Brexit

Theresa May hasn’t just given her own party an ultimatum to back her Brexit deal with Brussels.


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