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The Brexiteers are defeating BrexitND

David A. Graham, The Atlantic, Monday July 9 2018

On Monday, Johnson, the British foreign secretary, resigned from the government rather than back Primer Minister Theresa May’s proposal for British departure from the European Union. He is the second minister in two days to leave May’s cabinet, following David Davis, the secretary in charge of Brexit. After a weekend working out an offer from Britain to the EU, May’s pitch to cabinet members was to toe the line or leave. That line was not ‘hard’ enough for Johnson, who wrote in his resignation letter that he did not believe the UK was likely to achieve the independence and autonomy that voters demanded in the Brexit vote. “We are truly headed for the status of colony – and many will struggle to see the economic or political advantages of that particular arrangement,” he wrote.

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