Wednesday May 27, 2020

The ‘bulletproof’ border backstop is making a no-deal Brexit more likely

Both sides are standing on principle: the British on the integrity and indivisibility of the Union, Brussels on the integrity and indivisibility of the single market

22nd July, 2018

When we talk about the achievement of peace in the North, we still talk about the Peace Process - not simply about the Peace.

This is revealing: though the aim was lasting peace, the method was to devise a process that could achieve peace in the short-term while suspending points of intractable conflict for tackling later in the process.

Twenty years on from the supposed end-point, the Good Friday Agreement, the process is still ongoing....

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