Migration hardliners will force hard Brexit
Migration is still a massive issue in this year’s elections in Europe, and it remains central to British Brexit negotiations
So Vince Cable, the former British business secretary, thinks a united Ireland is inevitable because of Brexit.
“The permeability of the Irish border must lead to a united Ireland in Europe,” he writes in the current edition of the New Statesman.
But it is a casual, almost throw–away line at the end of a much more interesting piece on immigration control. He sees the prospect of a “rational” immigration policy as the only...
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