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ANARCHY IN THE U.K.

The Brits lost the plot since the vote to leave the E.U.

GIVEN THAT MORE THAN 70% OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE dislike President Donald Trump, his outsize state visit to the U.K. was a rare uniting force in the midst of the civil war over how to say F.U. to the E.U. His presence offered some ironic consolation that the past three years of furious argument in Britain are linked to more global nationalist fevers of which Trumpism is only the biggest, blimp-size expression.

Yet the nervous

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