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Progressives: things may not be as hopeless as you think

Johnson will fail and he will be punished for it

By Jonathan Lis  

Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images

It’s the new year. We’re back to work. We face three months of winter. And the country is staring down the barrel of five years of absolute rule by a narcissist with an unassailable majority who seems to show every intention of driving people’s livelihoods into a wall. Just how bad are things going to get?

Nobody could blame you for feeling gloomy. In all circumstances, Brexit is going to happen,…

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