Wednesday February 19, 2020

Creative thinking may work in the North’s favour

Dual customs arrangements exist elsewhere, and could boost the North’s economy

20th October, 2019

The key intervention in the Brexit talks last week may not have come from Ireland, or the EU, or the British government. Instead it may have come from Britain’s comptroller and auditor general, who declared in a report on Wednesday that the country was not ready to handle a no-deal Brexit.

According to the report, the British government “has been unable to mitigate the most significant risks to the effective functioning of the...

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