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    Of Brexit and Boris: What’s Driving the Call for Scottish Independence

    Scots voted to remain in the E.U., and they resent being dictated to by England. And they just plain don’t like Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

    For Boris Johnson, a Week to Exorcise the Demons of 2020

    With the vaccine rollout and a potential Brexit deal looming, his government has a chance to wash away its reputation for chaos and mismanagement.

    While Boris Johnson Sinks, Rishi Sunak Is on the Rise

    A virtual unknown 10 months ago, the wealthy and polished British finance chief gained stature during the pandemic, while remaining in his boss’s good graces.

    Boris Johnson Facing Revolt Over Northern Ireland Pact

    The government’s top lawyer has quit, and even a government minister admits the prime minister’s effort to rewrite the treaty violates international law.
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