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The Sh*t is starting to fly

Johnson has been compared to two people, one alive and one dead. The alive one is Donald Trump, and the similarities are scary

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Johnson named extreme-right Tory cabinet

The newly appointed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appointed an over-the-top Cabinet of Brexiteer ultras and right-wing extremists

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Boris Johnson set to become UK Prime Minister today

Boris Johnson has won a final Tory leadership runoff, defeating his opponent Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt with the support of more than two in three of the Conservative Party membership

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Fresh concerns raised over DUP’s secret Brexit donation

Caroline Lucas MP calls on UK watchdog to ‘re-open investigation’, after new evidence suggests ‘deeply irresponsible’ initial inquiry

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What Would A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Mean For Human Rights?

The prospect of the UK crashing out of the European Union without an agreement – a so-called “no-deal Brexit” – looms ever larger

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Troubles On the Way: Border Concerns Raised in Northern Ireland

With the deadline for negotiations on a british departure from the e.u. fast approaching, the reality of a “no deal” brexit is becoming increasingly likely

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Trump’s visit marks the start of shock doctrine Brexit

The radical right want a no-deal Brexit so they can force Britain into a disaster capitalist trade deal with the USA

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NORTHERN IRELAND: Conservatives Vote to protect Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)’s “dirty little (Brexit) secret”

Efforts to backdate the new transparency rules on political party donations in Northern Ireland failed on Thursday 7th March

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IRELAND: Why is Theresa May protecting the DUP’s dirty little (Brexit) secret?

Theresa May’s Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire is going to try to sneak a big favour to the DUP, the small party now propping up May’s government in parliament

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Brexit deal collapses as DUP say no to soft border

Plans to seal a critical deal to advance negotiations on Britain’s  departure from the EU ended in farce this afternoon

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Northern Ireland’s economy has a lot more to lose from a hard Brexit than the Republic’s

As the Brexit end game approaches, the intractability of the problems around the Irish border are thrown into sharp relief

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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘Fear trumps facts: why Theresa May is sticking with her migration cap’

Ahead of the British general election on June 8, the ruling Conservative party has renewed its commitment to “reduce and control” immigration to a net figure of under 100,000 – a level not seen for 20 years

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