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The Anglo-American special relationship has been dead for a while

"Getting along" may now be the best Britain can hope for

By Emily Stacey  

President-Elect Donald Trump and Vice President-Elect Mike Pence ©Carolyn Kaster/AP/Press Association Images

There have been reports that Donald Trump will be invited to meet the Queen next year, a move Theresa May would surely use to strengthen the Anglo-American “special relationship.” It is in need of strengthening. Not long after the Brexit referendum I was in a coffee shop in Washington DC and heads turned at the realisation that I was a Brit. The staff were quick to…

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