As Boris Johnson Pursues Brexit, All Eyes Are on Northern Ireland

New York Times

Though he denies it, the British prime minister may well leave Northern Ireland inside the European customs union to get a withdrawal deal.

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Brexit divisions threaten to plunge Labour party conference into chaos

The Guardian

Senior shadow ministers publicly defy Jeremy Corbyn with calls for Labour to back remainJeremy Corbyn was struggling to contain an open revolt by some of his most senior shadow ministers, MPs and party activists last night as anger over his refusa...

Mixing Politics and Piety, a Conservative Priest Seeks to Shape Poland’s Future

New York Times

The Rev. Tadeusz Rydzyk has delivered millions of votes for Poland’s governing right-wing Law and Justice party, which in turn has helped him build a business empire.

David Cameron Is Sorry. Really, Really Sorry.

New York Times

The former British prime minister, David Cameron, a self-described “doubter and worrier and niggler,” is sorry about a lot of things, but most of all about Brexit.

British envoy to Canada says government wants to avoid no-deal Brexit

Global News

High Commissioner Susan le Jeune d'Allegeershecque said in an interview that a negotiated departure, not the so-called hard Brexit that would mean no negotiated departure agreement with the EU, is still the preferred option for her country.

Ireland’s deputy PM says gaps remain as EU, U.K. seek Brexit deal

Global News

British and European Union negotiators were meeting Friday in search of an elusive Brexit deal, as Ireland’s deputy leader warned that the two sides remain far apart despite an improvement in the “mood music.”