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?
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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