I knew he'd stuffed us on the Withdrawl Agreement, I was just under the impression that a WTO Brexit later in the year would lead to the Withdrawl Agreement being useless.So you should be. Didn't you realise Johnson threw the DUP under the bus?
I'm not a Prod ******** for a start.don’t you rather silly Prods realise the border in the Irish Sea is a big hint you ain’t got a future with ‘Great Britain’...
you May think you are ‘British’, but the British don’t and by And large can’t wait to see the back of a Northern Ireland.
there may be, but where will these checks be done? The EU can’t enforce anything in NI or GB, it can only ever be done in Ireland, if the UK chooses not to do it themselves.The EU are adamant that there will be regulatory checks.. Bojo day's no, no, never.. One of them is lying.
The WA is an internationally binding treaty. If you want to change it, you'll need a new one.I knew he'd stuffed us on the Withdrawl Agreement, I was just under the impression that a WTO Brexit later in the year would lead to the Withdrawl Agreement being useless.
With the Irish election and Sinn Feins border poll, red line demand for propping up an Irish government and the feeling of Leo continuously sticking the boot into Unionism.. I could see the GFA becoming null and void.
Nissan has drawn up a plan to pull out of mainland Europe if Brexit leads to tariffs on car exports — but to double down on the UK, where the Japanese company believes it could sell one in five cars.
Two people involved in the discussions said the contingency plan, drawn up late last year, would see Nissan close its struggling Barcelona van facility and stop manufacturing in France.
You have comprehension difficulties.
For a so called Ex Lt Col, your ability to think laterally and strategically is severely lacking.So you should be. Didn't you realise Johnson threw the DUP under the bus?
It really ever was only the statement of the blindingly obvious. We were never going to hand NI over undemocratically, the EU knew that and so the did the Irish. But were we to agree to some sort of cross border referendum Britain would have to face the fact that Ireland would at the very least be neutrally hostile since it's in the EU In the face of the realisation we wouldn't give up; what would Ireland do other than give up a pretence that everyone in Ireland wants to be Irish. I mean lets face it no one ever took seriously that the SF stance against Stormont using EU legislation failure was a pretence and then suddenly it's the teaching of Gaellic that becomes the issue.I could see the GFA becoming null and void.
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