Stephen Kinsella: A massive capitulation by Britain. A stunning victory for Ireland and the EU

A way for the DUP to climb down gracefully. The substance of last Monday’s deal remains. You can almost hear the Twister splat.

10th December, 2017
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Helen McEntee, Minister for European Affairs; Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Simon Coveney last Friday morning after the European Commission announced that ‘sufficient progress’ had been made in the first phase of Brexit talks PA

Remember Twister? You stand on some coloured spots. You spin a little wheel. The wheel points you to a colour and either a hand or foot. You contort yourself in obeisance to the whims of a spinning plastic arrow. You contort, your fellow players contort. The loser is the one who falls first.

Consider playing Brexit Twister as Theresa May. Your fellow players are Dublin, the EU, your own party, the DUP and your domestic...

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