'B Day has arrived - and there's no going back'
It is hard to see how the road ahead will not be difficult and dangerous for Ireland, writes Ian Guider
Welcome to B Day. Today, British prime minister Theresa May will formally write to the European Union notifying it that her country is triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - declaring that it is leaving the bloc after 40 years. Once that happens Brexit will be a reality. And there is no going back.
We have been in a phoney war since the referendum outcome last June. After the initial shock of the vote and the...
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