Last week, Britain’s Brexit secretary David Davis took to the stage at a conference in London and made some grossly ill-judged remarks.
Ireland’s position on Brexit, he suggested, was driven by Sinn Féin – a party in opposition and with no input into the negotiations – and was thus by implication sectional and narrow-minded. “We had a change of government, south of the border, and with quite a strong influence from Sinn Féin,...
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