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It is the kind of political briefing that is calculated to make the Irish political establishment bristle with indignation. 

The Irish Times reported this week that British diplomats and politicians are travelling around Europe telling their counterparts that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would be “so disastrous” for Ireland that Leo Varadkar is bound to compromise on the Irish backstop. 

In the latest iteration of the UK’s ‘divide and rule’ Brexit negotiation strategy, the hope is reportedly that other EU member states will turn on Ireland and ask the Irish Taoiseach to compromise to avoid ‘no deal’. That compromise would indeed be a bitter pill for the Irish leader to swallow. 

In essence, Boris Johnson...

It is the kind of political briefing that is calculated to make the Irish political establishment bristle with indignation. 

The Irish Times reported this week that British diplomats and politicians are travelling around Europe telling their counterparts that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would be “so disastrous” for Ireland that Leo Varadkar is bound to compromise on the Irish backstop. 

In the latest iteration of the UK’s ‘divide and rule’ Brexit negotiation strategy, the hope is reportedly that other EU member states will turn on Ireland and ask the Irish Taoiseach to compromise to avoid ‘no deal’. That compromise would indeed be a bitter pill for the Irish leader to swallow. 

In essence, Boris Johnson...

It is the kind of political briefing that is calculated to make the Irish political establishment bristle with indignation. 

The Irish Times reported this week that British diplomats and politicians are travelling around Europe telling their counterparts that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would be “so disastrous” for Ireland that Leo Varadkar is bound to compromise on the Irish backstop. 

In the latest iteration of the UK’s ‘divide and rule’ Brexit negotiation strategy, the hope is reportedly that other EU member states will turn on Ireland and ask the Irish Taoiseach to compromise to avoid ‘no deal’. That compromise would indeed be a bitter pill for the Irish leader to swallow. 

In essence, Boris Johnson...

It is the kind of political briefing that is calculated to make the Irish political establishment bristle with indignation. 

The Irish Times reported this week that British diplomats and politicians are travelling around Europe telling their counterparts that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would be “so disastrous” for Ireland that Leo Varadkar is bound to compromise on the Irish backstop. 

In the latest iteration of the UK’s ‘divide and rule’ Brexit negotiation strategy, the hope is reportedly that other EU member states will turn on Ireland and ask the Irish Taoiseach to compromise to avoid ‘no deal’. That compromise would indeed be a bitter pill for the Irish leader to swallow. 

In essence, Boris Johnson...