Huge Tory victory cannot disguise the uncertainties that lie ahead
Johnson has made promises he cannot keep, while the union is likely to come under extreme pressure
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar had said he wanted “certainty” in the outcome of the British general election. He has got that, with Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party winning a thumping majority of 78 seats.
The EU withdrawal treaty deal – kickstarted by Varadkar’s meeting with Johnson at a stately home outside Liverpool in October – is set to be passed by the British Parliament before January 31....
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