“Disquiet and consternation” ensues.
EU: No more delays.
“Northern Ireland would de jure be in the UK’s customs territory but de facto in the European Union’s.”
“Boris Johnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game.”
It would be a miracle
“I don’t know how to inspect a cow with virtual methods.”
Back to work?
“I think the union that is the United Kingdom is more at risk today than at any time in my political lifetime.”
“A massive message.”
“I gave the prime minister my ideas of how to negotiate it.”
A solution in sight on the backstop?
Good luck with that.
“Everyone has to know that the Withdrawal Agreement will not be reopened.”
“The best that could be negotiated”?
Brexit agreement a done deal with EU?
“The case that was made for Brexit was a fantasy case.”
“We are at an impasse.”
“Theresa May’s premiership is over.”
No movement after two years?
Impossible to “get everything we want” from Brexit.
Tusk to May: “Got a better idea?”
Ireland: An ambassador to Dublin would be nice, too.
Will that derail May’s government — and Brexit along with it?
Hard borders and desperation.
“I believe that there’s more going on in the base than people know.”
Unspecified general and punitive damages
“The crisis is so bad people’s minds are really opening up and the policies are shifting.”