Matt Cooper: Time to remember who our friends are

Britain has helped us a lot in Europe - and we mustn’t forget that in the coming years

3rd July, 2016
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to No. 10 Downing Street last year Pic: RollingNews.ie

It would be facile, but largely unfair and possibly counterproductive, to call the British idiots after all their carry-on over the last ten days.

True, they’ve made it easy to usefully describe them that way. First, as everyone knows, they voted to leave the European Union, instead of fighting further from within to rectify its many faults. They have brought upon themselves exactly the consequences of making that decision – falling sterling and share prices...

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