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A NEW ERA FOR BRITAIN - CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR BORIS JOHNSON, BRITAIN'S NEW PRIME MINISTER

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A NCHEALLENGWES AHEAED FORR BORAIS JOHNFSON,OBRITAIRN’SNEWBPRIMRE MIINISTTERAIN
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Will BoJo be able to keep his mojo?
Since the end of July, number 10 Downing Street has had a new resident - Boris Johnson. On 23 July, the former Foreign Minister, best known for his extravagant behaviour and spearhead-ing of the Brexit campaign, was elected leader of the Conservative Party, beating his last rival, Jeremy Hunt to becoming the new British Prime Minister.
A perfect example of the entitled ‘establishment’, educated at Eton and then Oxford, from a very well connected political family, Boris Johnson is however, a politician elected on a minuscule consensus within the country. He has always been a controversial gure, even for members of his own party, with his extreme and often shocking pronouncements. In the summer of 2018, one of his articles in theDaily Telegraphled to an enquiry by his own party for infractions of the code of good conduct. Despite all this, “BoJo” is popular with a certain section of the popula tion, earned during his time as Mayor of London. Will this be enough to secure a less turbulent premiership than his predecessor, Theresa May?Nothing is certain.
He has lled his new cabinet with fervent Brexi teers in order to deliver on his promise to the British people to leave the European Union at the end of October… with or without a deal. This is on top of the many challenges that face him: to work with a majority of only one seat in parliament, resist a likely vote of no condence, and above all, preserve the unity of the kingdom.
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Grand angle4 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... On parle d'eux5 .............................................................................................................................................................................................
 À la une B2-C1 Boris Johnson fulfils his dream6 THE ECONOMIST (UK).........................  Borîs Johnson’s trîumph. B2-C1 Keeping the kingdom united9 LOS ANGELES TIMES (US)............................  Fîrst challenge for the new Brîtîsh Prîme Mînîster.
A2-B1 Sur le vif.............................................................................................................................................................................................................12 .......
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Société Dealing with electric scooters13 THE GUARDIAN (UK)..................................................... Learnîng to lîve wîth the e-scooter învasîon of cîty centres.
A2-B1  The French are learning to drink pink.......16 THE ECONOMIST (UK)............ The current rîse în popularîty of rosé wîne în France.
PRATIC’ABLE17 .................................................................................................................................Vocabulaire, expressions et astuces pour parler comme un anglophone Le déménagement / Termînaîsons en -ing/ L’expressîon îdîomatîque
A2-B1 À 360°21 ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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Enjeux House plants: the new bloom economy22 THE OBSERVER (UK).............. Onlîne plant buyîng has become a flourîshîng busîness.
Culture B2-C1  Jessica ChasTHE NEW YORK TIMES (US)..............................................24 tain interview The Amerîcan actress shares her thoughts about the film îndustry.
A2-B1 Les échos26 ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................
B2-C1  Tommy Orange’s smashing debut novel THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS (US).............................................................................................................................................. 27 Intervîew wîth Natîve Amerîcan wrîter, Tommy Orange.
 Découverte B2-C1 THE INDEPENDENT (UK).  Virtual Reality can transorm teaching29 Learnîng wîth vîrtual realîty.
A2-B1 Zoom sur31 ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................
B2-C1 THE GUARDIAN (UK)........................  Sleep: how much do we really need?32 The vîrtues of sleep.
Les sorties34 ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................Le dessin........... ......................................................35 ................................................................................................................................................