Wednesday February 19, 2020

Right-wing warriors lead Britain to the brink

Nigel Farage will strong-arm the Tories towards a no-deal Brexit, while PM-in-waiting Boris Johnson will do only what is best for Boris

26th May, 2019

According to Tánaiste Simon Coveney, this weekend we are in greater danger of a Brexit crash-out than ever before. At the time of writing, the European election results are still coming in, but there’s little to dispel the gathering gloom.

Sometimes the timing of elections can be as significant as their results, and Ireland has had more than its share of unhelpful electoral timings. Take, for example, the destruction of the...

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