This is why Labour’s election result could have a negative impact on Anglo-Irish relations

At a crucial time for negotiations on Brexit and specifically on Northern Ireland, the government must be held to account—but Labour has lost many of its experts

By Paula Kelly  

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn holds up a leaked document relating to Northern Ireland during the election. Photo: PA

What do Andrea Jenkyns and Jeremy Corbyn have in common? It is not a comparison that either the Vice-Chair of the European Research Group or the Labour leader would welcome. But the answer is found in two Sky News interviews from the height of the Brexit crisis.

Challenged by Kay Burley in the wake of Boris Johnson’s October decision to side-line his erstwhile partners in the DUP by agreeing…

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