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When we have so much in common with our Irish cousins it is deeply disappointing to see the Taoiseach intent on doing the EU's bidding

Recent days have presented a paradox in Anglo-Irish relations. Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, and his deputy, Simon Coveney, reaffirmed their desire to be weaponised by Brussels in the EU’s determination to force a no-deal Brexit. 

Meanwhile, at Lord’s, England and Ireland played their first test match. England were bowled out for 85 by lunch on day one, causing a small earthquake, before recovering to win the match. The sweltering ground teemed throughout with Englishmen and Irishmen joking with each other and enjoying a shared culture in which the English were...

When we have so much in common with our Irish cousins it is deeply disappointing to see the Taoiseach intent on doing the EU's bidding

Recent days have presented a paradox in Anglo-Irish relations. Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, and his deputy, Simon Coveney, reaffirmed their desire to be weaponised by Brussels in the EU’s determination to force a no-deal Brexit. 

Meanwhile, at Lord’s, England and Ireland played their first test match. England were bowled out for 85 by lunch on day one, causing a small earthquake, before recovering to win the match. The sweltering ground teemed throughout with Englishmen and Irishmen joking with each other and enjoying a shared culture in which the English were...

When we have so much in common with our Irish cousins it is deeply disappointing to see the Taoiseach intent on doing the EU's bidding

Recent days have presented a paradox in Anglo-Irish relations. Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, and his deputy, Simon Coveney, reaffirmed their desire to be weaponised by Brussels in the EU’s determination to force a no-deal Brexit. 

Meanwhile, at Lord’s, England and Ireland played their first test match. England were bowled out for 85 by lunch on day one, causing a small earthquake, before recovering to win the match. The sweltering ground teemed throughout with Englishmen and Irishmen joking with each other and enjoying a shared culture in which the English were...

When we have so much in common with our Irish cousins it is deeply disappointing to see the Taoiseach intent on doing the EU's bidding

Recent days have presented a paradox in Anglo-Irish relations. Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, and his deputy, Simon Coveney, reaffirmed their desire to be weaponised by Brussels in the EU’s determination to force a no-deal Brexit. 

Meanwhile, at Lord’s, England and Ireland played their first test match. England were bowled out for 85 by lunch on day one, causing a small earthquake, before recovering to win the match. The sweltering ground teemed throughout with Englishmen and Irishmen joking with each other and enjoying a shared culture in which the English were...