Northern politicians failed to be brave
No real cards left to play as James Brokenshire will struggle to get anyone to listen to him amid the chaos of Theresa May's minority government
Well it’s hardly a great time to be handing back the levers of Northern Ireland power to the direct rulers in Westminster. The White House apart, was there ever a centre of power that looked more chaotic than the minority Tory government?
He certainly will be as welcome as a bad smell in the hallowed halls, because all he brings is a big bag of trouble. Brokenshire will struggle to get anyone to...
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