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A panel of experts placed the German Chancellor as being more powerful that Britain’s own PM Theresa May, who came second in the ‘Brexit Power 100’ – a ranking of the 100 most influential characters in the Brexit debate.
The list was compiled by The New European – the pop-up newspaper giving voice to the 48%, publishing its 21st issue today.
The top three most influential figures are all women – Merkel, May and Sturgeon. Other notable inclusions are Tony Blair (number 16) who today claimed Britain could still remain in the EU and Gary Lineker (number 28) whose massive social media following mobilised against attacks from mainstream right wing press after he articulated strong remain sympathies.