FIACHRA Ó CIONNAITH: May all your wishes come true, Theresa

Dear Santa,

This year I have been very good. I’ve stopped taking shortcuts through wheat fields. I have offered my friends (and even one or two enemies) a place to stay in Downing Street in the very near future, and kept in touch with my pen pals abroad.

So, if it’s not too much trouble, and only because it’s Christmas, this December may I please have… a miracle?

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