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Running Commentary XIV

The wheels are starting to fall off   Some thing important is happening to the Article 50 process, and it’s not good. The EU side seems well prepared to start the first formal session of the negotiations with the British on 19 June, but its stance is constrained by tight guidelines from the European Council… » read more

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The Brexit Election Theresa May kicked off Britain’s formal election campaign by accusing the European Union of interfering. “Threats against Britain have been issued by European politicians and officials”, she said. “All of these acts have been deliberately timed to affect the result of the general election.” The Russian Embassy in London tweeted: ‘Praise God… » read more

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Running Commentary XII

The British election There is to be a Brexit general election in the United Kingdom on Thursday 8 June. Short of a revolution, the winner will be the Conservative party, and Theresa May will continue as prime minister. In calling – and winning – the election, Theresa May will entrench Brexit. Quite fairly, she has… » read more

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