Brexiteers sow seeds of Irish reunification

Arlene Foster’s DUP spent the week issuing dire warnings to the Tories, but does the party have the nerve to topple May’s government?

7th October, 2018
Arlene Foster: ignored question

Could it be that the air is ever so slowly leaking out of the Brexit crisis? Theresa May has survived the Tory party conference. Her Brexiteers currently do not have the numbers to take her down, and Boris Johnson gave it both barrels without much effect.

The slow drip, drip of warnings and threats about the catastrophic implications of crashing out without any agreement seem to have silenced for the moment the raucous swagger of...

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