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Big Question: Is Donald Trump’s election good news for Britain?

A panel of contributors share their views

By Prospect Team  

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On Tuesday, Donald Trump pulled off a stunning upset. The President Elect defied the polls—and dozens of critics within his own party—to win a likely 306 electoral votes. Hillary Clinton is on course to win 232.

During the course of his campaign, Trump made a series of highly controversial claims, declaring that there should be a ban on Muslims entering the United States—and that a wall should be built across the entire Southern border. Whether he will deliver on these promises remains…

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