Thursday August 13, 2020

Ten reasons why we must not back down on the backstop

Rejecting calls for concessions on this workable compromise is the only way to maintain stability in the North

8th September, 2019

Brexit is becoming an addiction for some of us. Following its twists and turns is like watching a slow-motion car-crash from a distance, albeit not a safe distance. We all know that the impact, when and if it comes, will send damaging pieces from the wreckage hurtling in our direction. No wonder that talk radio hosts, like the rest of us, increasingly feel the need to call a halt to Brexit discussions that are headwrecking...

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