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Dealing With Brexit: Boris Johnson’s Post EU Trade Deals



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Now that they’re free from the European Union’s trade deals, Britain is free to negotiate their own trade deals. Unfortunately, they also currently don’t have any trade deals, because they couldn’t negotiate their own trade deals while a part of the European Union. Here’s an analysis of the obstacles getting in the way of them signing a trade deal with America, the European Union, and the rest of the world.


Brexiting Is Hard To Do: The House of Lords and Commons Debate Amendments



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The upper and lower houses of the UK Parliament are engaging in Ping Pong politics as they pass different versions of the Brexit bill with varied amendments. This is what is going in the UK and what the evolved Brexit Bill will probably look like.


What’s the Deal With Britain? The Last Few Days in Brexit Politics



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From Boris Johnson getting a Brexit Deal approved by the EU to a creeping No Deal Brexit Deadline the last few days have been crazy in Britain. The biggest struggle now is passing this deal through parliament. The fate of Brexit is hanging in these next few days. This is what to expect and look for in the coming news coverage.


Boris Johnson vs. Parliament: The Fight to Delay a No Deal Brexit



Boris Johnson suspended congress for five weeks in preparation for the queen’s speech, implying serious concern about parliament’s ability to delay Brexit. Parliament currently has two strategies to delay Brexit for more negotiating time. First, a vote of no confidence and second introducing legislation to force the Prime Minister’s hand. Here’s an analysis of both of those strategies.


Boris Johnson’s Brexit; The Consequences of a No Deal Brexit



With UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s most recent Brexit Ultimatum directed at the European Union, most people are suspecting that a no deal Brexit is in the cards. The question at this point is, what are the costs of a no deal Brexit? And what options are left on the table for Boris Johnson’s administration?