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Tom McTague

Chief UK correspondent for Politico.

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Britain’s hit a speed bump on its way to leave the EU. The UK’s high court ruled that Parliament must approve Brexit before the process begins.

Will there be a Brexit … from Brexit?

Britain’s hit a speed bump on its way to leave the EU. The UK’s high court ruled that Parliament must approve Brexit before the process begins.

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Boris Johnson, former two-term mayor of London, known for his mop of blonde hair and flamboyant style, has been the face of the Brexit campaign.

Who is Boris Johnson?

Boris Johnson, former two-term mayor of London, known for his mop of blonde hair and flamboyant style, has been the face of the Brexit campaign.

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