And so it has come down to this. It is 18 months since the Brexit referendum. There are just 16 months left before Britain officially leaves the EU.
But Britain’s foreign affairs secretary Boris Johnson brought no good news during his visit to Dublin last week. He attempted to charm the natives with talk of visiting Dublin in his youth and drinking Guinness in Nigeria. But no one is buying it.
Despite all the rhetoric...
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