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Recent behaviour proves they were never going to negotiate in good faith 

It was all about the peace process, apparently. When Dublin and the European Union Brexit negotiators insisted on there being a separate Northern Ireland protocol in the Withdrawal Agreement, it was to serve as an insurance policy, they said.

This "‘backstop", they proposed, would ensure there was no return of a physical border between north and south – and thereby, they hinted darkly, no risk that we might see a return of the "men of violence", who’d surely kick off without such guarantees.

When you put it like that, who could disagree? 

Certainly not Theresa May. Despite the fact that it has never been UK government...

Recent behaviour proves they were never going to negotiate in good faith 

It was all about the peace process, apparently. When Dublin and the European Union Brexit negotiators insisted on there being a separate Northern Ireland protocol in the Withdrawal Agreement, it was to serve as an insurance policy, they said.

This "‘backstop", they proposed, would ensure there was no return of a physical border between north and south – and thereby, they hinted darkly, no risk that we might see a return of the "men of violence", who’d surely kick off without such guarantees.

When you put it like that, who could disagree? 

Certainly not Theresa May. Despite the fact that it has never been UK government...

Recent behaviour proves they were never going to negotiate in good faith 

It was all about the peace process, apparently. When Dublin and the European Union Brexit negotiators insisted on there being a separate Northern Ireland protocol in the Withdrawal Agreement, it was to serve as an insurance policy, they said.

This "‘backstop", they proposed, would ensure there was no return of a physical border between north and south – and thereby, they hinted darkly, no risk that we might see a return of the "men of violence", who’d surely kick off without such guarantees.

When you put it like that, who could disagree? 

Certainly not Theresa May. Despite the fact that it has never been UK government...

Recent behaviour proves they were never going to negotiate in good faith 

It was all about the peace process, apparently. When Dublin and the European Union Brexit negotiators insisted on there being a separate Northern Ireland protocol in the Withdrawal Agreement, it was to serve as an insurance policy, they said.

This "‘backstop", they proposed, would ensure there was no return of a physical border between north and south – and thereby, they hinted darkly, no risk that we might see a return of the "men of violence", who’d surely kick off without such guarantees.

When you put it like that, who could disagree? 

Certainly not Theresa May. Despite the fact that it has never been UK government...