European election could be final straw for British government
With polls in Britain showing a decisive leap to the right among voters, and new parties coming out of the woodwork, Ireland must brace itself for yet more Brexit chaos
Have we all forgotten something? An opinion poll in Britain last Thursday predicting European election results came up with the astonishing forecast of Labour at 22 per cent, Conservatives 15 per cent and Nigel Farage’s newly launched Brexit party at 27 per cent. A second poll has him at 23 per cent.
The Brexit finale has been kicked down the road as far as Halloween, the Tory and Labour negotiators are busy, and we have been reassured...
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