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Putin's last term: Taking the long view After the meaningful vote: What are Theresa May's options?
By Ian Bond, Igor Yurgens, 23 January 2019 By Sam Lowe, John Springford, 16 January 2019
 
Vladimir Putin has dominated the Russian political scene since 1999. But he is now in what should be his final term as president. He faces economic, social and foreign policy problems; and he has to decide what will happen at the end of his term of office.The performance of...
 Theresa May can only win a parliamentary majority for her withdrawal agreement by agreeing to negotiate a softer relationship with the EU.
       
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