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Brexit Is Work in Progress Six Months Later

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May enters 2017 with just three months to meet her self-imposed deadline to trigger divorce talks with the European Union. Her reliance on wordplay — “Brexit means Brexit” — underscores how many details still need to be worked out. U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis says what’s coming might be “the most

May And Trump: A Replay Of Thatcher And Reagan?

Cal Thomas, Is Britain’s new prime minister, Theresa May, Margaret Thatcher reincarnated? There are similarities. May is certainly as tough as the Iron Lady. As home secretary for longer than any of her predecessors, she has strongly opposed uncontrolled immigration. The Home Office introduced visa restrictions that require non-European Union immigrants living in Britain for

Theresa May: New Britain P.M. Common-Sense Conservative

Jackie Gingrich Cushman, While we in the United States are in the midst of a seemingly never-ending presidential race, Britain has managed to pick a new Prime Minister in under a month. We may be able to learn some lessons from the Brits. David Cameron announced on June 24, after losing the European Union referendum,

A win for Britain: Brexit’s victory is democracy’s victory

Theodore R. Bromund, The results in Britain’s referendum on its membership of the European Union are in. And what a result. Britain has voted to leave, by a margin of 52 percent in favor, or over 1.2 million votes. Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation Friday morning. No pollster saw this coming. Nor did

Brexit would be a big deal for the global economy

Desmond Lachman, One has to pray that on Thursday June 23 the United Kingdom electorate will have the good sense to vote to remain in Europe. A vote to leave Europe would not only have profoundly negative consequences for the British, the European, and the global economies. It would also throw into serious question both