Monday June 1, 2020

Government should not press panic button as heat is turned up in London

Key Brexiteers in the ranks of the Tories would like to escalate the situation to a game of chicken

6th January, 2019

Whether real or contrived, Ireland’s public response to the looming threat that is a hard Brexit has been strangely Zen-like up to now.

Documents issued over recent months don’t scrimp on spelling out the ugly realities of a no-deal Brexit for the Irish economy, but there is a certain restraint to the language and a discernible stoicism.

“This will certainly be bad, but it’s manageable”, seems to be the subtle message...

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