Jeremy Cliffe

The Economist

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Jeremy Cliffe is a columnist for the Economist.

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After Britain voted to leave the European Union last year, Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that, "Brexit means Brexit."

What's the Future of Brexit?

After Britain voted to leave the European Union last year, Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that, "Brexit means Brexit."

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During the Obama administration, numerous Republicans criticized Obama for "leading from behind."

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After hundreds of years of almost continuous warfare, 28 nations created the European Union. Now, the UK is becoming the first to go back on its own.

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