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Dear Jones,
Good news, it’s the weekend! They say a week is a long time in politics, but it hardly seems possible that we have had a general election result and a Brexit vote in the space of seven days. Revitalised by his “stonking” majority, Boris Johnson wasted no time in sending his revised Withdrawal Agreement Bill back to the Commons. Yesterday, it sailed through its second reading by 358 votes to 234, bringing the prospect of a Jan 31 Brexit a step closer. But what happens now? And what form will that Brexit take? Our Europe Editor, Peter Foster, has set out the path ahead. Meanwhile, Joe Shute has travelled north to find out why traditional Labour voters turned blue, and why they have faith in Boris to deliver.

Finally, Douglas Murray looks at how Europe used to scoff at Britain’s instability but that they’re not laughing now.

Peter Foster: The four possible scenarios of Boris Johnson’s Brexit negotiations
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Joe Shute: Behind the ‘red wall’: why the north believes in Boris Johnson to deliver
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Douglas Murray: Britain is teaching the world a lesson in stability and good governance
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