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July 7th 2022
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Britain after Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson should go immediately

Britain is in a dangerous state

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A monstrous in-tray awaits Boris Johnson’s eventual successor

How does Britain’s Conservative Party choose a new leader?

The tragedy of Boris Johnson

After Roe

America’s new exceptionalism

America has a set of laws on important subjects that do not reflect the views of Americans

PE lesson

Private equity may be heading for a fall

The era of rising valuations and cheap debt is over

Lapid response

Israel’s new leader, Yair Lapid, has four months to prove himself

Or Binyamin Netanyahu could win back power

Business in Poland

Business in Poland faces strong headwinds

War raging in neighbouring Ukraine makes life difficult

Back Story

The many lives of Volodymyr Zelensky

A book about Ukraine’s president measures the gulf between before and now

Daily chart

Has TikTok burst the Zuckerbubble?

In the first quarter of this year its downloads left Instagram trailing

Shinde shindig

India’s ruling party wins control of its richest state

By wooing defectors, the Bharatiya Janata Party has taken Maharashtra

Having a larp

China’s Communist Party cracks down on larping

The youth will not be happy

The Economist Asks

What lies ahead for Britain after Boris Johnson?

Anne McElvoy talks to The Economist’s Andrew Palmer and Soumaya Keynes about the British prime minister’s legacy and the problems that await his successor, and Charles Powell, Margaret Thatcher’s closest adviser, compares the fall of the two leaders

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