The DUP’s Nigel Dodds, is among a 'star chamber' of Brexiter lawyers who will scrutinise Theresa May's amended withdrawal agreement, with growing optimism that a breakthrough on the backstop is now possible.
THE DUP is "cooking a fudge" on Brexit and its opposition to Theresa May's withdrawal agreement will evaporate, it has been claimed. Former Ulster Unionist leader Lord Reg Empey said the party's "chest beating has gone" after senior representatives including Sammy...
Theresa May's former chief of staff has suggested that the British prime minister has failed to take the steps needed to take full economic advantage of Brexit because she regards the process as a "damage limitation exercise".
AS the British parliament ties itself in knots trying to solve the self-inflicted wound of Brexit, it is the success of the 1998 agreement in opening the border between the two Irelands that is the greatest stumbling block to Britain's leaving the European Union.