Tuesday August 11, 2020

Brexit: What now?

Leave win sets stage for two years of bitter talks

24th June, 2016
What now Pic: Getty

Here’s a road map of what’s to come.

How long will David Cameron stay?

The prime minister said Friday morning he’ll stay in office for at least three months to “steady the ship.” He said Britain should have a new leader by the time his party meets for its annual conference in October and it should be the next prime minister who starts the formal negotiations with the EU....

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