DUP determined to double down on calamitous Brexit blunder
Rather than admit it made a monumental mistake which will cost the North dearly, the party shamelessly denies any culpability for the mess
The Olympic-standard mental gymnastics on display last week from the DUP, as it attempted to square the circle of the creation of an Irish Sea border as a wonderful opportunity for the North, was truly jaw-dropping.
The end of the Brexit transition period on December 31 led to the inception of a new trade border between the North and the rest of the UK. The North will remain in the EU single market for goods...
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