May’s Brexit hooliganism will come back to bite her
Someone should ask Michel Barnier next week about a rumoured plan to grant Britain membership of the European Free Trade Association
You have to feel sorry for our diplomatic warriors in Iveagh House. No sooner do they succeed in getting Ireland’s problems onto the EU/Brexit agenda than Theresa May does her ‘English political hooligan in Europe’ number, and we are back in nowhere land.
May’s war dance on Tuesday outside Downing Street, blaming the EU for attempting to interfere in the British general election, may yet come back to haunt her...
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