Sunday January 26, 2020

Accidental Brexit could end in disaster

The penny has dropped for the DUP that it cannot depend on the Tories, and the fallout from that could be catastrophic for the North

18th November, 2018

How could the mother of parliaments descend into the chaos now unfolding before our eyes? How could such a powerful country with such long experience of statecraft inflict such self-harm? Unfortunately, the harm that is now in prospect is not confined to Britain, but threatens to damage the public interest on the island of Ireland.

The Irish government has done about as good a job in seeking to protect the public interest, in particular the...

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