Friday December 6, 2019

Chasing the monster that is Brexit toward extinction

For some time now, British prime minister Boris Johnson has looked as out of place as the pink boat on Merrion Street belonging to the Irish branch of Extinction Rebellion

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
13th October, 2019

For some time now, British prime minister Boris Johnson has looked as out of place as the pink boat on Merrion Street belonging to the Irish branch of Extinction Rebellion.

It is the global symbol of the organisation and has several purposes, according to the protesters themselves. It can be used as a roadblock, as a place to play music and as a non-threatening, fun symbol.

“Obviously what we are doing is very serious. There...

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