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Dominic’s big moment

“Hooray for the fudge!” That’s what Dominic Raab, Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator, was saying as he pulled on his trousers and headed hot-foot to Brussels yesterday. After so may weeks and months (and years) of those Johnny Foreigners  acting high-and-mighty about the bloody Irish back-stop, they were now seeing sense and accepting – as Britain had […]

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Boris and the blackmailers, Sammy and the highwaymen

Hands up if you admire Boris Johnson? Right – me neither. His efforts to morph himself, in girth and gait, into a latter-day Churchill, is embarrassing. On the other hand, he is a very clever politician, and knows how to get full public attention in a short sentence. His latest one is “We have opened […]

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