Poll: It may be time for a general election
With Brexit looming and Fianna Fáil carping, Varadkar might be inclined to bite the bullet this summer
The usually garrulous José Manuel Barroso was uncharacteristically brief and to the point at last Monday’s IIEA Mansion House conference on Brexit. Asked by an audience member about yet another unforeseen complexity, the former EU Commission president replied that the question highlighted another reason why it would be easier if Brexit didn’t happen. Indeed.
The pro-Remain Conservative MP and former attorney general for England and Wales Dominic Grieve thought a...
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