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WorldbyStorm - 18:45 Wed Oct 16, 2019
RTÉ in upbeat form this evening. Tony Connelly seems to think there’s a deal… All outstanding issues in the Brexit negotiations have been resolved with the exception of how VAT will be treated in Northern Ireland, RTÉ News understands. After a turbulent day of negotiations in Brussels and politics in Westminster, it is understood a […]A
WorldbyStorm - 13:10 Wed Oct 16, 2019
120,000 attend protests in Leipzig. Once more no intervention was made by security or military forces.A
WorldbyStorm - 10:34 Wed Oct 16, 2019
An Sionnach Fionn has noted the interesting news that the DUP met with loyalist representatives – inconveniently perhaps for the DUP just a week before there were threats issued by loyalist paramilitaries about a ?compromise? Brexit deal between the UK and the EU. Thought this was interesting, in the Belfast Telegraph, from the original report […]A
WorldbyStorm - 07:58 Wed Oct 16, 2019
As always, following on Dr. X?s suggestion, it?s all yours, ?announcements, general discussion, whatever you choose?, feel free.A
WorldbyStorm - 07:48 Wed Oct 16, 2019
Something is going on… that’s for sure. Not least evidenced by the not entirely happy looking DUP and in Tony Connolly’s piece on RTÉ they don’t even get a mention. Not that the border doesn’t continue to (rightly) be the main area of negotiation. The European Commission has pushed for the UK to move back […]A
WorldbyStorm - 11:42 Tue Oct 15, 2019
Good to read that Simon Coveney is to… …press the British government to review domestic laws on citizenship in Northern Ireland after a UK court ruled that people born in the region are legally British citizens even if they identify as Irish. Simon Coveney, the Irish foreign affairs minister, said he would raise the case […]A
WorldbyStorm - 10:35 Tue Oct 15, 2019
Interested in Dominic Cummings? Read this profile from the New Statesman. One piece of note: [Paul Marshall, who worked with Cummings at the DfE] concedes that no deal is not an end state, and would put Britain in a weaker negotiating position. But he thinks Cummings needs the credible threat of no deal to ?move […]A
WorldbyStorm - 09:11 Tue Oct 15, 2019
The IT is really pushing the idea of a pre-Christmas election. The IT believes that there are: ?forceful views across all political parties that an election before Christmas is now a real likelihood. This based on some public representatives in FF, FG and the LP that they’ve spoken to. But that still leaves the issue […]A
WorldbyStorm - 07:50 Tue Oct 15, 2019
No great surprise that Leo Varadkar’s approval rating has jumped up to 51%. The party polling is less stellar for Fine Gael. FG 29% NC FF 25% -1 SF 14% -2 GP 8% +4 LP 6% -1 And yet a huge bloc… IND/Others 18% NC. The breakdown of that latter cohort is (at least in […]A

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