United Kingdom: Faced with political deadlock, London calls elections in Northern Ireland, but not in December

For lack of government, it is London that manages the news but many files are frozen.

For the last six months, we have had chaos in Westminster, we have had three prime ministers […] and during this time nothing has advanced to solve the protocol problem

London wants to renegotiate the protocol with Brussels, which only accepts minor adjustments. Either British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak He stressed that he wanted to find a “negotiated solution“On the subject, for the moment no concrete progress has been put on the table.

For the last six months, we have had chaos in Westminster, we have had three prime ministers […] and during this time nothing has advanced to solve the protocol problem“, lamented Jeffrey Donaldson on Friday.

Earlier this week he claimed he was “ready to go to battle“election, less than six months from the last election. He even warned that the party’s electoral propaganda had already been approved.

The defeat of his party in the last elections reflects a fundamental trend in the british provinceoriginally set up for loyalist Protestants: Catholics, who make up the bulk of the Republican community, are now more numerous there, according to a recent census, likely encouraging supporters of reunification with the Republic of Ireland.

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