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This is not a continent at peace with itself

As Theresa May delivered her resignation speech outside Downing Street, headline writers and commentators were already lining up to eulogise her as “the Prime Minister brought down by Brexit”. For decades Europe has been my party’s battleground, and the complex and at times tortuous process of negotiating our departure certainly proved an insuperable hurdle to the PM. Yet failure here is not inevitable.

I suspect that future historians will look back in amazement on the issues that proved the breaking point of any deal - the Irish border and the Taoiseach’s veto over Britain’s trading policy - as the “tail wagging the dog”. And what of the changing...

This is not a continent at peace with itself

As Theresa May delivered her resignation speech outside Downing Street, headline writers and commentators were already lining up to eulogise her as “the Prime Minister brought down by Brexit”. For decades Europe has been my party’s battleground, and the complex and at times tortuous process of negotiating our departure certainly proved an insuperable hurdle to the PM. Yet failure here is not inevitable.

I suspect that future historians will look back in amazement on the issues that proved the breaking point of any deal - the Irish border and the Taoiseach’s veto over Britain’s trading policy - as the “tail wagging the dog”. And what of the changing...

This is not a continent at peace with itself

As Theresa May delivered her resignation speech outside Downing Street, headline writers and commentators were already lining up to eulogise her as “the Prime Minister brought down by Brexit”. For decades Europe has been my party’s battleground, and the complex and at times tortuous process of negotiating our departure certainly proved an insuperable hurdle to the PM. Yet failure here is not inevitable.

I suspect that future historians will look back in amazement on the issues that proved the breaking point of any deal - the Irish border and the Taoiseach’s veto over Britain’s trading policy - as the “tail wagging the dog”. And what of the changing...

This is not a continent at peace with itself

As Theresa May delivered her resignation speech outside Downing Street, headline writers and commentators were already lining up to eulogise her as “the Prime Minister brought down by Brexit”. For decades Europe has been my party’s battleground, and the complex and at times tortuous process of negotiating our departure certainly proved an insuperable hurdle to the PM. Yet failure here is not inevitable.

I suspect that future historians will look back in amazement on the issues that proved the breaking point of any deal - the Irish border and the Taoiseach’s veto over Britain’s trading policy - as the “tail wagging the dog”. And what of the changing...