Monday 19 November 2018

Kevin Doyle: 'Let them eat fudge: Brexit deal now in sight as Irish backstop is wrapped up in shiny Union Jack paper'

'The consequences of a ‘no deal’ scenario for this island would be catastrophic in terms of trade.' Stock photo: PA Wire/PA Images
'The consequences of a ‘no deal’ scenario for this island would be catastrophic in terms of trade.' Stock photo: PA Wire/PA Images
Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle

Strap yourself in, it's going to be another week of Brexitmania where fact and fiction are hard to tell apart.

The Sunday newspapers were always going to play an agenda-setting role in UK Prime Minister Theresa May's battle to get her latest Brexit plan to cabinet this week.

She needed to own the narrative, thereby preventing Boris Johnson or David Davis from grabbing the headlines as they have done so often in the past.

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