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Brexit news and analysis from The Nation
October 25, 2019
Germany’s Big Green Mood Lacks Radicalism
The ascendant Green Party’s moderate approach might placate some voters, but it won’t save a burning planet.
October 24, 2019
Brexit Fatigue Is No Reason to Leave the EU
British MPs are tired of arguing, but that’s no reason to approve Boris Johnson’s disastrous deal.
October 21, 2019
Johnson Tries to Throw the UK Under the Bus; Parliament Balks—for Now
The hope for those who oppose his awful Brexit deal is that the number of supporters will collapse once the legislation comes into contact with reality.
October 18, 2019
Trump’s Support May Be Dwindling, but His Assault on Regulations Continues
The administration is planning to sabotage environmental oversight on public lands, privatize elements of the national park system, and stall the replacement of contaminated drinking-water pipelines.
October 14, 2019
Welcome to the Early Stages of America’s Brexit
It’s not just Britain headed for the subbasement of imperial history.
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October 14, 2019
How Boris Johnson Fell For America
Britain’s prime minister is a lifelong admirer of the US. How will Brexit change his—and his country’s—special relationship?
October 4, 2019
Labour’s Big Gamble on Brexit
By dodging a decision on the issue, the party has ceded political ground to the right while demoralizing some of its own ranks.
October 1, 2019
Letters From the October 14, 2019, Issue
Unrecognized labor… Taking offense… Hope amid troubles…
September 12, 2019
Why Doesn’t the GOP Resist Trump the Way the Tories Resist Boris Johnson?
D.D. Guttenplan on Britain and the United States, Katha Pollitt on Trump, and John Nichols on Republican resignations.
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September 5, 2019
Boris Johnson’s Latest Defeat Makes an Early Election Inevitable
In the contest over Britain’s future, Johnson’s opponents have won all the battles—but they could still lose the war.