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The DUP hasn’t scuppered ‘soft Brexit’. In fact, that’s what its sensible wing wants | Edward Burke

Arlene Foster and the Democratic Unionist party (DUP), are notionally full of pro-Brexit fervour. Like the character of Prince Tancredi in Lampedusa’s The Leopard, Arlene Foster has decided that: “If we want things to stay the same, things will have to change.” The DUP will always insist on the closest possible union between Northern Ireland and Britain, but London’s Brexit ambitions must be tempered by Irish realities. 06-12-17
  • [06-10] Perhaps, in the 'long term' #Brexit gets scuppered.
  • [11-08] Anyone told @acgrayling? 67% of public prefer no deal to soft #Brexit, while 68% want a hard Brexit over soft Brexit
  • [03-08] Those who say the #UK will fail after #brexit is insulting every Brit & guilty of left wing propaganda with no foundation in fact
  • [11-08] New study: 67% of respondents would prefer "no deal" to soft Brexit, while 68% would opt for hard over soft #Brexit. ht
  • [09-08] @LBC Yes and of course that's why the right wing and left wing have been pushing for #Brexit because most MPs will make a huge profit.
  • [03-10] Points of View: Right Wing versus Left Wing #Brexit, PM May, and Some Concessions
  • [09-08] @Independent #Brexit, perhaps the twitter tag with the most associated adjectives (Soft, hard, Soft landing, Red, W
  • [10-08] Staying in the European single-market can be accurately described as soft-#Remain, or soft-#Brexit. Just sayin'...
  • [24-11] FBI Warns Of Growing Threat Of Left-Wing Violence: Edward Klein’s latest best-selling book is called “All Out War:…
  • [15-08] This Brexit is too hard? This Brexit is too soft? This EU Deal is a Piece of Cake. Golidlocks and the Three #Brexit
  • [09-12] A hard Brexit is madness, but a soft Brexit is just pointless!#brexit #indyref2 #scotref
  • [10-01] #DonBurkeA little known fact: Don Burke was once the chairman of @TheIPA's fake "Australian Environment Foundation"
  • [12-08] 3. Forget Hard or Soft #Brexit...Soft is merely Hard in waiting. Both=Leave. If it's not totally reversed within 18mths we'
  • [04-08] There is no 'soft Brexit' or 'hard Brexit'; there is simply #Brexit, and anything less is a gross betrayal that won't be for
  • [27-08] this is how you build soft power #brexit is destroying what little soft power UK still has left...
  • [04-12] #Brexit supporters and right wing nuts, please explain: When businesses say Brexit will not be a good thing, they a…
  • [09-08] A left-wing Brexit is possible – if we play it right, we could change the whole of society for good #Brexit #UKMfg
  • [13-08] The left-wing argument for Brexit is embarrassingly flimsy #Brexit #UKMfg
  • [09-10] @nickreeves9876 Brexit, a right wing Tory wet dream. For everyone else, a nightmare #brexit #pritipatel
  • [13-08] Hard Brexit means #Brexit Soft Brexit means #Brexit All Brexits mean nationalism All Brexits mean xenophobia No Brexit can be tolerated
  • [22-01] I find it interesting that the right wing whine about #biasmedia when in fact all they do is complain about the tru…
  • [05-02] and the fact that my other account's username is related to sith.. i can’t do this to b.a.p they're soft
  • [05-10] We all know hard is better than soft. That's why Hard Brexit is better than Soft Brexit. #BrexitReality
  • [16-12] As #KeirStarmer gently draws Labour towards a soft #Brexit, how likely is a hard Brexit now? While #TheresaMay still tal
  • [17-08] May’s plans for a soft border in Ireland after Brexit have been rejected as unworkable under a hard #Brexit.
  • [03-02] Trade rules mean even soft Brexit may hit investment into UK - expert#Brexit #UKMfg #UKIP
  • [03-08] How far can Corbyn ride the soft-Brexit wave? via @InFactsOrg #Brexit #MayDUP #StopBrexitNow
  • [27-08] Not good enough. Labour is the party of REMAIN not soft Brexit. No #Brexit is workable - think again @jeremycorbyn
  • [28-08] UK Labour announce policy shift toward 'soft' Brexit #Brexit #Immigration
  • [08-12] Great was it in that morning to be alive! #Brexit so soft (le Brexit dur think now distant nightmare!) as to be tol…
  • [18-09] Another day! It's Wales sees surge of support for a 'soft' Brexit #Brexit #FreedomOfMovement
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The DUP hasn’t scuppered ‘soft Brexit’. In fact, that’s what its sensible wing wants | Edward Burke
Arlene Foster and the Democratic Unionist party (DUP), are notionally full of pro-Brexit fervour. Like the character of Prince Tancredi in Lampedusa’s The Leopard, Arlene Foster has decided that: “If we want things to stay the same, things will have to change.” The DUP will always insist on the closest possible union between Northern Ireland and Britain, but London’s Brexit ambitions must be tempered by Irish realities.
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Mein Brexit ist Mein Brexit? Now what for the EU "Negotiations"? You mean NEIN Brexit? The DUP (whoever they are!) already say they want a soft Brexit with a soft border with Ireland and free movement of people. And it seems that may be what we are getting, its Brexit Jim, but not as we know it!!
Where's Ollie Burke today? Aye, it's Oliver Burke or as ye said, Ollie Burke. Well our dimwit manager Strachan felt he was placing too much pressure on Burke by playing him so much for Scotland, because he still feels he's too young. So instead Burke was selected for our Scottish Under 20 team in the Toulon Tournament. Burke actually played very well in Toulon, until we were ironically knocked out by England. But we could really do with Burke's pace, power and creativity against England today. Strachan has made a number of ****-ups, not selecting Burke today is one of many.
Will Britain be able to get a "hard Brexit"? Or will it be blocked? Obviously Britain voted to leave the EU on 23 June. However, some remainer politicians are trying to either keep us in the single-market ("soft Brexit") or stop Brexit all together. Will Brexit be blocked? Or in other words: what are the chances of Brexit being blocked? If the Supreme Court rules that...
Will Britain be able to get a "hard Brexit"? Or will it be blocked? If the politicians decide to block brexit. You can imagine complete and utter chaos. I think we'll be given soft brexit, but that is at least better than no brexit.
How will Brexit/UK leaving Europe affect people/Europeans who are planning to immigrate to UK after the year 2019? Depends whether we have a 'hard' Brexit or a 'soft' Brexit which has not yet been decided. If we have a hard Brexit then you will need an employer sponsored work permit. It will be interesting to see who picks the vegetables and cleans the floors as this work is mainly done by Eastern Europeans right now. Perhaps the present army of unemployed unskilled British young people will step up and do this work. I suspect though that for that their benefits would need to become time limited. If we have a soft Brexit then the situation will become like that of Switzerland and Norway. You will be able to enter to find work. At the end of three months you will have to either have a full time job, be a full time student or go home. Switzerland also keeps out the unskilled Eastern Europeans by ignoring EU laws in this respect. Short of cutting them out of EEA there is not much the EU can do about it.
Why hasn't the mainstream media thoroughly covered the fact that Sen. Rand Paul was assaulted by a left wing socialist this weekend?
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Ivan Yates hasn’t gone soft, but he’s not that ‘hard’ any more ‘Straight-talking’ Yates helms Newstalk's early-evening The Hard Shoulder. It's a misnomer
Brexit Hasn’t Been All Bad for Banks Heard on the Street Brexit Hasn’t Been All Bad for Banks Strong bond-trading volumes, brought on by Brexit volatility, have boosted bank revenue.
EU believes the UK still hasn’t understood that Brexit comes at a price London says €100bn divorce bill is unjustified. Brussels is growing impatient
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Bank jobs are bleeding out of London — and Brexit hasn't even kicked in yet As London’s financial district prepares for a post-Brexit world, CNBC takes a closer look at the impact on the job market.
UK voters want a soft Brexit
The Hidden Costs of a ‘Soft’ Brexit The Hidden Costs of a ‘Soft’ Brexit Global trade won’t be much freer for Britain if it’s still mired in European Union rules.
Analysis: Is Britain’s ‘deep state’ fact or a right-wing fiction?
Spanish and Dutch seek soft Brexit
Osborne: Theresa May Must Choose a 'Soft' Brexit Former Chancellor insists that Britain is still a 'European power.'
'Soft' or 'Hard' Brexit: Five Options for the UK to Say Goodbye to the EU The third round of Brexit talks is underway between the UK and the EU, and both sides are criticizing each other of lacking a constructive approach to the process. Sputnik Radio took a look into the future and talked with Dr. Rafael Leal-Arcas about what relations there could be between the two sides after the UK leaves the bloc.
Hard or Soft, Brexit Risks the US Special Relationship Seen from the US, Brexit means the Special Relationship will never be the same again.
Germany's Schaeuble says soft Brexit best way to minimise damage By Gernot HellerWASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - A "soft Brexit" incorporating trade deals would be the best way to minimise damage to Britain and the...
Varadkar to press for ‘soft Brexit’ in talks with Theresa May Taoiseach says he will emphasise the importance of free trade between Ireland and the UK
How Silk Stockings Almost Scuppered D-Day Landings A Spanish double agent did everything he could to stop his wife from blowing his cover.
Could Chelsea Transfer Target Be Scuppered? Roma midfielder said to have promised he will stay in Italy next year.
Has 14-second delay scuppered $29M soccer deal? A leading European soccer player's career is in limbo after paperwork relating to his transfer from a Portuguese team to an English Premier League club was submitted 14 seconds too late.
UK opposition to push for soft Brexit changes to EU repeal bill- The Times
UK opposition to offer alternative 'soft Brexit' in policy shift Britain's main opposition party will announce a dramatic policy shift which opens the possibility of the country remaining in the European Union's single market.
UK Labour party shifts toward 'soft Brexit' to counter Conservatives Britain's main opposition Labour Party is announcing a policy shift and will seek to keep the country in the European Union's single market and customs union for several years as part of a "soft" Brexit, a spokesman said on Saturday.
Coveney urges NI business leaders to press for soft Brexit NI Chamber of Commerce calls on Minister to help get Stormont back up and running
Irish claim divorce agreement points to ‘soft’ Brexit Varadkar welcomes ‘cast iron’ commitment to no hard border
Theresa May is heading towards a soft Brexit supported by Philip Hammond
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Journalism argot: To fact check, fact checking, fact checker Comment dit-on “This story ought to be fact-checked” ? etc. Je voudrais savoir comment les journalistes le disent, dans l'argot des journalistes. Merci!
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How are the terms "left wing" and "right wing" applied to different scenarios? [duplicate] What is meant by the “left” and the “right”? I hear the terms "left wing" and "right wing" used a lot in news articles. Though, I hear them used in reference to topics which seem fairly different from one-another, for example: French Presidential Election Charlottesville Rally March for Missing Activist Are there multiple meanings behind both terms, thus enabling them to be applied to different scenarios such as those listed above?
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looking for a word: “A certain fact can be ___ to another fact” (fact 2 is the cause of fact 1) [closed] I'm struggling to find a word that can fit in this sentance: "This difference can be ___ to the difference in methods". Something like attributed, but not quite. Thank you.
How are the terms "left wing" and "right wing" applied to different scenarios? I hear the terms "left wing" and "right wing" used a lot in news articles. Though, I hear them used in reference to topics which seem fairly different from one-another, for example: French Presidential Election Charlottesville Rally March for Missing Activist Are there multiple meanings behind both terms, thus enabling them to be applied to different scenarios such as those listed above?
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