Agendas shift as Brexit hits home
Sinn Féin is leaving the North’s Remain voters at mercy of the DUP
The holidays are over, and what may prove to be the most significant and contentious parliamentary session at Westminster is about to begin. It’s no exaggeration to say that its decisions threaten to affect all our lives.
The referendum of June 2016 determined that Britain's EU membership days were over, but it did not define how and under what circumstances that was to happen.
This is where we all are now.
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