Lucinda Creighton: The greatest shame of the Brexit disaster are the weak leaders who allowed it
As the full scale of the economic costs of Brexit begins to make itself known in Britain, many who advocated for it are wishing they could turn back the clock – but, of course, they can’t
The full impact of Brexit is beginning to become clear in Britain. A new headline appears almost every day documenting the shocked reactions of those who have only now realised that leaving the EU means losing many of the rights enjoyed by citizens of member states.
Britons who have become accustomed to spending large portions of the year in Spain or Portugal have discovered the time they can spend there now is restricted to 90...
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Editorial: Tories and DUP must face up to Brexit disaster they created
With Britain isolated in Europe and its economy hurting, the likes of David Frost and Jeffrey Donaldson must know that the hard Brexit they sought made the Northern Ireland Protocol inevitable
Susan O’Keeffe: Donaldson’s threat is a folly of stupendous proportion
The DUP leader is attempting a car crash style of solution while showing a glaring lack of understanding of just how long and tortuous this Brexit road has been
Sean Kelly: Is Britain’s Command Paper genuine negotiation or political grandstanding?
After years of erratic politics, fickle promises and cliff edges around Brexit, patience has truly worn thin, but the EU and the Irish government will continue to seek solutions
Susan O’Keeffe: Britain’s tough talking on Northern Ireland protocol conceals a crumbling mess
The British government’s call for a ‘standstill’ on the protocol lays bare the failings of Brexit and puts the EU back in the driving seat