An open letter to Charlie Flanagan
Minister, why are you playing the old game of Best Boy in the EU Class, forswearing London in the process?
Firstly, best wishes for the New Year. After all, who could not wish you well given that ever-growing Brexit file filling your in-tray. It must sometimes seem like a political improvised explosive device - dangerous and defying anyone to fiddle with it. Every morning more complications appear: last week it was Theresa May threatening to abandon the single market unless Britain is given full control of its borders, and yet another expert predicting disaster for...
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