Prime Minister Boris Johnson orchestrated a landslide victory in yesterday’s UK election, resulting in the biggest Conservative majority in Parliament since Margaret Thatcher won a third term in 1987. That lifts the last remaining roadblocks for Brexit before the UK leaves the European Union on January 31. The Tories’ trouncing of the rival Labour Party also sheds light on what the U.S. might expect in the 2020 presidential election.
What the UK election means for Brexit, the EU, and the U.S. presidential election
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What’s next for Brexit, and lessons for the US after UK elections
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered a landslide victory for the Conservatives on Thursday, centered around his signature campaign promise.
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