Tuesday January 28, 2020

A new deal for us in EU?

A poll shows we support the sort of EU reforms David Cameron wants – yet we’re doing nothing about it

13th December, 2015
David Cameron

I have long argued and written that the real centre of gravity in Irish attitudes towards the EU lies well away from the ambitions of EU federalists - just as far away as it lies from leaving the EU.

But the problem with Irish debate and discourse on the future of the EU and Ireland’s role in it is that there has been only a grotesque non-debate between the small minority who want Ireland to...

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