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Last week President Macron addressed the UN saying: “We need to find a new method, reverse the terms of the contract, and ensure our voice is heard loud and clear when others pride themselves on signing up to alliances and their principles, organizations, and their principles, just to trample them in reality.”

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Who did he mean by “others”? Rogue states? Banana republics? Yes. But sadly, the US as well. And UK which has just said it’s willing to break international law, in a “specific and limited” way.

But that’s no surprise. We would breach our international treaty obligations with the short tunnel scheme. Ask UNESCO. So next time we admonish another state for breaching international law, we shouldn’t be surprised if we’re told it was only in a “specific and limited way” or that they were only

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                                        “Doing a Stonehenge”.


This is at Tara, not Stonehenge, as mysteriously Highways England hasn’t published an artist’s impression of the work at Stonehenge. Although, they have told the Government and the public there’ll be no damage to archaeology.

 

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