Tuesday June 2, 2020

DUP’s new airs and graces can’t hide its true nature

The party founded to keep nationalists in their place lacks the political sophistication for today’s complex political agenda

4th March, 2018

Welcome to chapter 40 - or is it chapter 400? - of the Brexit story. The runaway train continues on its crazy journey, smashing level-crossings and wrecking stations. The passengers are hanging on for dear life. Is there nobody at all on footplate trying to control it?

In years to come historians will look on this period in European history as having something approaching the importance of the Corn Laws crisis or the Versailles Treaty. After long...

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