Monday November 23, 2020

Lucinda Creighton: All eyes on Johnson for signs of pro-deal image makeover

The removal of Dominic Cummings’ influence on the British prime minister may allow Johnson to seek to avert the disaster of a no-deal Brexit

22nd November, 2020
Boris Johnson may wish to present himself as a softer, more collaborative figure after Dominic Cummings’ departure

In six weeks’ time, Britain will fully and finally part company with the European Union. The “transition period” of 12 months from the its official date of departure from the EU will have expired, and an entirely new and untested trading relationship will commence.

Life as we know it will come to an end, but life as we will come to know it is far from clear just a few short weeks away...

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