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With a second term, Donald Trump would have pushed to reverse the UK food and welfare standards. With Joe Biden’s win though, we have a chance to go further and make sure a UK-US deal helps people on both sides of the pond.
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on continuing uncertainty about deal/no-deal, how it links to the US election and geo-politics and domestic politics of Covid-19, what Labour’s role could be, and new reports on UK unpreparedness for the end of transition.
Dr Holger Hestermeyer’s optimistic assessment of the Brexit situation now that Joe Biden has won the US Election.
Tensions have emerged before over US-UK intelligence sharing, but the Johnson government’s decision over Huawei is different.
The US reaction to the UK’s digital tax proposals is like 1765 all over again.
What’s increasingly clear is that Trump’s America expects Brexit Britain to be properly subservient, Rashmee Roshan Lall writes.