My vision for a bold, thriving Britain enabled by Brexit

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Series Details 15.09.17
Publication Date 15/09/2017
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Report and analysis of an article published in the Daily Telegraph by Boris Johnson, United Kingdom Foreign Secretary on the 15 September 2017, in which he discussed an optimistic and positive prospect for the United Kingdom after it has left the European Union.

The article was seen as noteworthy partly because it was published less than a week than Prime Minister Theresa May was due to give a high-profile Brexit speech in Florence on the 22 September 2017

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