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With the BofE Guv being sent out to carry the banner for Project Fear, I expect a new deal to come out of No10, based on the Chequers deal but reworded and backed up with threats of Project F if it is not accepted. I also expect the "new" deal to be rejected as it won't be hard to work out that it changes nothing!

A bit like Barnier saying he sees a deal possible in six weeks or so - if we agree to everything the EU want! Weasel words.
 
So……

Will EU Citizens living in the UK require a UK IDP to drive a UK registered car in the EU?
I am personally looking for
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ward to getting my little red driving license back... this time hopefully without the endorsements!
 
*brexit paramilitaries that will spring up on departure from the EU. The EU is the only thing holding them in check. Apparently. They hang around in threes, one blue, one white and one red shirt. The red shirt is generally expendable. The blue is the zealous type, and leader. The white one does the washing.
 
Depends who you're talking to.... wonder what his next job will be...
it wont be in the City of London thats for sure.

Its the general buzz - none has a good word to say for him
 
No they don't. It was down to a lot of European support (and money) which paved the way for the GFA, leading to the removal of the border in the first place.

it's like me getting an access fob to get in and around the building where I work. I leave of my own free wil.
I don't expect to get to keep the fob to allow me the same access. I'm sure the people still there wouldn't be that impressed either if I was allowed free rein.

There are ways and means where a border won't be necessary. That would have been the preferred option if their hadn't been the bad election result.

The DUP would have been told to go shit in their hat. They may have been bailed out on the RHI scheme and the border would have been in the wet bit. Everyone happy.

Brexit is silly enough, it doesn't have to get any stupider.
What role did the Europe have in the GFA?

I seem to remember Adams and McGuiness pleading with David Ervine to bring the UVF prisoners on board as they had no wish to leave jail before a promise of the principal of concent regarding remaining apart of the UK.

I also remember Mo Molam having to go speak to the UDA prisoners to bring them on board.

I can't remember seeing anyone from Europe in front of the cameras.

And any money from the EU was our own money sent to Brussels in the first place.
 
It will be seconded staff from the 27 MS, but especially from France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Re. the border in NI, you are quite right. The UK will not impose hard border. The Irish won't either, but the EU might well seek to do so on their behalf.
And herein lies the problem.

The U.K. has said their will be no hard border. The EU has told Eire that there will be no border (note that Eire is no longer able to make any decisions about its border)

Meanwhile @Graculus maintains that with both sides and the Irish not wanting a border, they’ll have to be a border because of some reason which he can’t quiye explain.
 
What role did the Europe have in the GFA?

I seem to remember Adams and McGuiness pleading with David Ervine to bring the UVF prisoners on board as they had no wish to leave jail before a promise of the principal of concent regarding remaining apart of the UK.

I also remember Mo Molam having to go speak to the UDA prisoners to bring them on board.

I can't remember seeing anyone from Europe in front of the cameras.

And any money from the EU was our own money sent to Brussels in the first place.
The EU had no involvement what so ever in the GFA.

Blair however was so pro EU, as well as trying to cede sovereignty of Gibraltar to Spain against the wishes of the population of the rock, he stamped EU on the GFA.

To be honest, the GFA hasn’t stopped the troubles in anyway shape or form.
 

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