The EU’s not for turning

The EU’s not for turning
Theresa May leaves Downing Street last Wednesday, the day her fellow Tories decided her future as prime minister Picture: Getty

Theresa May is faced with a Europe unwilling to budge on the backstop, the necessity for which is an ironic consequence of Britain’s decision to partition Ireland in 1921

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will not be doing a duet of I Should Be So Lucky with Kylie Minogue after the bewildering Brexit events of last week.

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