Monday February 17, 2020

Michael McDowell on politics

The latest proposals from the British government put the Good Friday Agreement in danger of being handed over as hostage to the DUP executioners

6th October, 2019

Last Tuesday, October 2, the machine controlled by Boris Johnson’s senior adviser Dominic Cummings issued a memorandum to Tory MPs on the line they should follow in any public discussion of the Brexit process. The leaked memo informed MPs that Johnson and “key leaders” among the EU 27 would have to “judge whether it is possible to work out a detailed legal treaty over the next three weeks”.

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