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Even if Johnson’s deal passes, Brexit won’t just be ‘done’

Seattle Times Monday, 21 October 2019
When British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged members of Parliament on Saturday to back his Brexit deal, he framed the looming vote as a chance to “heal the rift in British politics” and “bring the country together.” But in the end, Saturday mainly proved how difficult overcoming the deep Brexit divides will be: Parliament postponed […]
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