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Brexit Britain will be the winner in the EU’s war on Joe Biden

16 November 2020

3:47 AM

16 November 2020

3:47 AM

A new era of transatlantic cooperation will have begun. The United States will pivot towards Brussels. The trade wars will come to a swift end, and the American president will once again be a respected figure on the other side of the Atlantic.

With Donald Trump finally defeated, if not quite yet evicted from the White House, most commentators are expecting a far closer relationship between Berlin, Paris, Brussels and Washington, with Boris’s Brexit Britain left out in the cold.

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