Britain’s Brexit GUBU

If Theresa May’s deal fails, what are the five Plan Bs? And which one works for Irish business and our economy?

13th January, 2019
Britain’s Brexit GUBU
A mural by British artist Banksy, depicting a workman chipping away at one of the stars on a European Union-themed flag, in Dover last week Pic: Getty

There is no GUBU in the British political lexicon – at least not yet. But over the last week events in Westminster often verged on the bizarre, the unprecedented and the almost unbelievable.

Almost a month after Theresa May pulled a planned vote on her Brexit deal with the European Union – and just days before the prime minister’s withdrawal agreement is due to appear finally before Westminster – Eurosceptic parliamentarians were in paroxysms after...

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