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Michael McDowell on Jacob Rees-Mogg’s blind contempt for the Irish

Rees-Mogg’s blind contempt for the Irish and the Good Friday Agreement tells you all you really need to know about the swivel-eyed Tory extremists and their inner nature

29th April, 2018

Is there just a little cause for optimism arising from the passing of a non-binding vote in the House of Commons suggesting that Britain should remain in a type of customs union relationship with the EU after Brexit? I think so. It follows an amendment to the Brexit bill in the House of Lords along the same lines.

The underlying reality is that the hard-line Brexiteers, including Liam Fox, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Jacob...

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