Is there light at the end of the tunnel for Johnson?
Boris Johnson faces the biggest week of his career as the fate of Brexit hangs in the balance. Can he possibly succeed?
British prime minister Boris Johnson will be welcoming HRH Elizabeth II to deliver a Queen’s Speech tomorrow, completely aware that he is standing on the threshold of a momentous week in his life. He will either have some knocked-together Brexit deal which he hopes has been bent into shape to appease all camps or he will be facing the ditch in which he promised to die if he failed to get a deal.
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