Brexit is almost entirely an English nationalist project and the Brexiteers just ignored the fact that leaving the EU would sabotage the Good Friday deal by creating a hard border in Ireland.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's November deal with the EU promised that the United Kingdom would stay in the existing customs union with the EU, writes columnist Gwynne Dyer. The Hill Times file photograph by Sam Garcia
LONDON, U.K.—The other Europeans are not laughing at the English for the most part. They are looking at them with pity and scorn. But also with a great deal of impatience.
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