2019新版跑狗图今天第二十三期

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Brussels has spent years scoffing at Brexiteers’ solutions to the Irish border, dismissing their ideas as nothing more than “unicorn hunting” or “magical thinking”.

But recently it has been the European Commission’s turn to wriggle on the hook of the divisive Irish border backstop, which it has now publicly undermined.

No less an august person than Michel Barnier himself was reduced to hunting for “EUnicorns”, as he appeared to back the very solutions advanced by Brexiteers for the Irish border if there is a no deal Brexit.

The commission succeeded in infuriating Dublin and handing the Brexiteer opponents of Theresa May’s Brexit deal a hefty stick with which to batter the prime minister ahead...

Brussels has spent years scoffing at Brexiteers’ solutions to the Irish border, dismissing their ideas as nothing more than “unicorn hunting” or “magical thinking”.

But recently it has been the European Commission’s turn to wriggle on the hook of the divisive Irish border backstop, which it has now publicly undermined.

No less an august person than Michel Barnier himself was reduced to hunting for “EUnicorns”, as he appeared to back the very solutions advanced by Brexiteers for the Irish border if there is a no deal Brexit.

The commission succeeded in infuriating Dublin and handing the Brexiteer opponents of Theresa May’s Brexit deal a hefty stick with which to batter the prime minister ahead...

Brussels has spent years scoffing at Brexiteers’ solutions to the Irish border, dismissing their ideas as nothing more than “unicorn hunting” or “magical thinking”.

But recently it has been the European Commission’s turn to wriggle on the hook of the divisive Irish border backstop, which it has now publicly undermined.

No less an august person than Michel Barnier himself was reduced to hunting for “EUnicorns”, as he appeared to back the very solutions advanced by Brexiteers for the Irish border if there is a no deal Brexit.

The commission succeeded in infuriating Dublin and handing the Brexiteer opponents of Theresa May’s Brexit deal a hefty stick with which to batter the prime minister ahead...

Brussels has spent years scoffing at Brexiteers’ solutions to the Irish border, dismissing their ideas as nothing more than “unicorn hunting” or “magical thinking”.

But recently it has been the European Commission’s turn to wriggle on the hook of the divisive Irish border backstop, which it has now publicly undermined.

No less an august person than Michel Barnier himself was reduced to hunting for “EUnicorns”, as he appeared to back the very solutions advanced by Brexiteers for the Irish border if there is a no deal Brexit.

The commission succeeded in infuriating Dublin and handing the Brexiteer opponents of Theresa May’s Brexit deal a hefty stick with which to batter the prime minister ahead...