The Stormont Talks Failure. Britain Swaps EU Rule For DUP Rule?


She came, she saw, she fucked off home. That summed up yesterday’s visit by Theresa May, the United Kingdom’s crisis-prone prime minister, to her country’s colonial outpost across the Irish Sea. Along with Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, both heads of government dropped in to Belfast to stamp their imprimatur on a likely deal between Sinn Féin and the Democratic Unionist Party to restore the power-sharing regional assembly at Stormont. And both went away empty-handed, even Fine Gael’s notorious prince of smooth failing to make much of an impression on the pugnacious DUP boss, Arlene Foster, and her coterie of pro-union hardliners.

While the signs had been promising earlier in the day, with whispers of an imminent agreement, the Dupes pulled the plug on the potential sign-off, believing that Irish and British officials were attempting to bounce them into excessive concessions on SF’s progressive agenda on language rights, equal marriage and so…

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