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The testy exchanges between the Irish government and the DUP over the past couple of days does not augur well for a compromise on the proposal to replace the backstop for the Irish border.

Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP, has accused Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, of trying to undermine Unionism. Simon Coveney, the deputy prime minister, responded by saying, “personalised attacks on Irish politicians will not force the government to change its mind”.

But behind the rhetoric, the consensus in Dublin is that the proposal unveiled on Wednesday could form the basis for a future agreement, but it is going to require compromise on both sides. The inclusion of an all-Ireland regulatory zone for industrial...

The testy exchanges between the Irish government and the DUP over the past couple of days does not augur well for a compromise on the proposal to replace the backstop for the Irish border.

Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP, has accused Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, of trying to undermine Unionism. Simon Coveney, the deputy prime minister, responded by saying, “personalised attacks on Irish politicians will not force the government to change its mind”.

But behind the rhetoric, the consensus in Dublin is that the proposal unveiled on Wednesday could form the basis for a future agreement, but it is going to require compromise on both sides. The inclusion of an all-Ireland regulatory zone for industrial...

The testy exchanges between the Irish government and the DUP over the past couple of days does not augur well for a compromise on the proposal to replace the backstop for the Irish border.

Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP, has accused Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, of trying to undermine Unionism. Simon Coveney, the deputy prime minister, responded by saying, “personalised attacks on Irish politicians will not force the government to change its mind”.

But behind the rhetoric, the consensus in Dublin is that the proposal unveiled on Wednesday could form the basis for a future agreement, but it is going to require compromise on both sides. The inclusion of an all-Ireland regulatory zone for industrial...

The testy exchanges between the Irish government and the DUP over the past couple of days does not augur well for a compromise on the proposal to replace the backstop for the Irish border.

Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP, has accused Leo Varadkar, the Taoiseach, of trying to undermine Unionism. Simon Coveney, the deputy prime minister, responded by saying, “personalised attacks on Irish politicians will not force the government to change its mind”.

But behind the rhetoric, the consensus in Dublin is that the proposal unveiled on Wednesday could form the basis for a future agreement, but it is going to require compromise on both sides. The inclusion of an all-Ireland regulatory zone for industrial...