LONDON — Backed by the largest Conservative majority since the Thatcher years, Prime Minister Boris Johnson now has a mandate to take the U.K. out of the European Union next month, and while British fashion, textile and luxury businesses aren’t all thrilled at the prospect, most are ready to move on and relieved that the fog of uncertainty has finally begun to lift.
On Friday, markets soared following the landmark election that has redrawn Britain’s political map, eliminated the threat of a hard-left Labour government, and made it clear that voters up, down and across the country want a pro-business leader who, after three years of political squabbling and delays, can finally take the U.K. out of the EU.
@chrissyteigen was one of the best dressed celebrities at the Grammys 🧡
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Grammys host @aliciakeys gave an emotional tribute to @kobebryant.
Keys followed these words with a piano performance singing, “We have to make this a celebration in his honor.. And I’m Alicia Keys to get you through it all... I’m gonna get you used to knowing music is love.”
@lizzobeeating opened the Grammys with a powerhouse performance that received a standing ovation.
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