This week is dominated by Brexit. It will be almost impossible to avoid it. Sunday was just a taste of what is to come with the reports of a deal on the withdrawal agreement being reached, before this was quickly killed by sources on both sides.
I haven’t really written about Brexit in quite some time. This has been part of my general lack of articles due to professional constraints but more because I am suffering from Brexit fatigue and I have found it’s easier to just keep updated than try and make sense of it and come up with theories etc as almost no one has accurately predicted the path the negotiations have taken.
I will follow closely this week though as it seems that there is no longer any room for fudging and delaying. However, I thought this was the case in December, March and July already.
As I wrote previously, there is a still a build up of tension and latent energy and when there is finally a “release”, political heads will roll or governments will collapse. At the moment, Theresa May and Arlene Foster look most at risk but it isn’t beyond the imagination that the Irish or British governments could also collapse based on the final outcome…