“Johnson's likening of the Irish border to the boundary between Camden and Islington provided a jaw-dropping illustration of the Prime Minister as someone who just doesn't get it.” Deputy Leader of the Green Party NI, Malachai O’Hara, provides a feel for the atmosphere in Northern Ireland as Prime Minister Boris Johnson marches the UK closer to a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, a departure that could have ruinous consequences for the Irish border question and the fragile peace settlement.

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205 out of the UK’s 408 principal authorities have made the commitment
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Supporters from across the political spectrum are advancing the cause of proportional representation
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