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President Trump walks with Prime Minister Theresa May after their joint news conference in Aylesbury, England, on July 13. (Chris Ratcliffe/Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg). Ian Birrell was a speechwriter for former prime minister David Cameron and is a contributing editor for the Mail on Sunday. For mo st of my life, Britain and the United States have felt like twins. My country was older and perhaps slightly more sober compared with its bigger, brasher sibling across the Atlantic. And sometimes they bickered or one of them misbehaved. But, generally, they stood together as defenders of democracy and the benefits of globalization. Then came the 2016 electoral eruption, as voters turned on their... Full story

19 February