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Brexit is done. Now it’s time to pay the price.

Andrew MacDougall: Boris Johnson wants a Canada-style free trade deal with Europe. Good luck with that.
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Jeremy Corbyn’s defeat is a win for the democratic world

Terry Glavin: Britain will not be yanked out of the western alliance. Its leader will not be a man who has counted holocaust deniers among his friends. It’s a victory of sorts.
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Conservative majority secured. Now the hard part.

Andrew MacDougall: With Boris Johnson now holding the tiger firmly by the tail, there’s no one left to blame should the country take a mauling in the next stage of Brexit negotiations
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The Britain I knew is lost

Michael Coren: This once resilient country is in a state of crisis, sinking in a national mood of powerlessness and indifference
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How did Britain come to this?

Shannon Gormley: Boris Johnson has broken from reality, and it began with the lie that Brexit would be easy
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Why public ’shaming’ is a necessary part of democracy

David Moscrop: What’s on the line when someone in whom public trust is placed fails to react appropriately to shame?
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Help! I’m trapped on a stage with Boris Johnson

Image of the week: The British PM wants the hell out of Europe. Angela Merkel looks like she couldn’t agree more.
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Boris Johnson and the peculiar British art of believing in nothing

Leah McLaren: The British PM’s strength lies not in a calculating lust for power but in how few tosses he gives. Here’s why voters find it irresistible.
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Number 10 and the impossibility of governing wisely

Paul Wells: From the U.K. to Canada to Australia, official residences are crumbling. What does that kind of government paralysis get you?
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All the new bad ideas that Boris Johnson will ride to power in Britain

Opinion: The former U.K. foreign secretary will surely continue his Wile E. Coyote-esque chase for power—and here are the ’policies’ that will fuel it