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Brexit and COVID-19: perfect storm stalks Boris Johnson

TOPICS: Boris Johnson, Brexit, coronavirus, COVID-19, crisis, death toll, GDP, Gross Domestic Product, pandemic, unemployment

The Boris Johnson government is under increasing pressure from its own ranks to provide some oxygen to the economy in the midst of the pandemic. In April, the first month that the British were entirely confined, the number of people applying for unemployment assistance rose from 856,500 to 2.1 million, the highest rise in a […]

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And the Brexit? Have we forgotten because of the pandemic that on December 31 there will be no agreement?

TOPICS: agreement, Brexit, David Frost, European Union, Michel Barnier, negotiations, recession, trade, United Kingdom, videoconference

The coronavirus has monopolized the world. But the Brexit is still going on and if, by the end of the year, coinciding with the great global recession that all the experts are predicting, the United Kingdom leaves the EU without any other pact than the terms set by the World Trade Organization (WTO), the situation […]

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