Susan O’Keeffe: Boris Johnson’s heart is not in doing a Brexit deal
The UK Prime Minister continues to ignore all the damage that has already been done – to the Union, to the business community, to his country’s standing in the world and especially to Northern Ireland, which he and his government have treated with contempt
Every part of the Brexit theatre is on high alert and hard at work; front of house, back stage, on stage, the auditorium, the wings and the dressing rooms are all buzzing with uncertainty and anxiety, as the curtains begin to fall on the first and longest act in the history of drama.
If only some of the parts could have been in sync, then this unholy show would have had a cleaner and more...
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