It is not inconceivable that overtly racist politics will rear its head once more in Britain, but no major party is likely to support it.
The trade deal signed by the United Kingdom and the European Union means short-term relief but longer-term uncertainty for business.
Once again emulating his mentor, Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to breach the terms of the agreement he himself negotiated with the European Union.
Both Ireland and the European Union need their best team on the pitch as Brexit approaches the endgame.
For the United Kingdom to unleash its full potential in the dawning Asian century, it must look to Asia itself for inspiration.
Which way will Boris Johnson turn when it comes to negotiating a post-Brexit deal with the European Union?
Boris Johnson knows the transition period for Brexit needs to be extended, and he is just waiting for the wind to change before he makes the announcement.
Labour’s new leader must remember that it isn’t just the nuts and bolts of the economy that will be different when the COVID-19 crisis is over, but the perceptions and mindsets of entire populations.