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The hunt for some very elusive Brexit certainty

A British prime minister not in control of her cabinet, an impasse on the border issue, a warning that Brexit cannot mean a return to ‘zero sum’ politics in the North and a unionist lined up for the Seanad. Just what is going on?

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
4th March, 2018

Amid all the fire and fury from the DUP about the latest Brexit withdrawal text threatening the North’s territorial integrity, there is some positive work going on in the background.

Some of that is taking place in the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconcilliation in the Wicklow mountains. It has been holding private meetings between key unionist and national figures to build up a better mutual understanding, just like it did during the...

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