The Remainer march in London today.

Affects whose relationship ?

We're imposing no sanctions on the EU, if the EU wants a 'soft' border, it should rewrite it's own rules, no provision has been made, for a non-compliant, non-EU country to have an open border with the EU, it also beggars belief that after all the shite they've thrown at the UK, they expect us to sort out THEIR border problem ?

I would say to both Eire and, the EU "Rotate, not our problem"!

Contrary to popular belief, the UK has always has 'border checks' with the EU, no matter how superficial.
Obviously #Bagl0ck found that a bit to straightforward but, a'Dumb' is high praise indeed from the arch knuckle dragger, thank you ! :mrgreen:
 
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Obviously #Bagl0ck found that a bit to straightforward but, a'Dumb' is high praise indeed from the arch knuckle dragger, thank you ! :mrgreen:
If you want to trade under WTO rules. Ignoring the border is not an option.
 
If you want to trade under WTO rules. Ignoring the border is not an option.
If Ireland was an independent Nation we could simply do a bi-lateral deal, but alas they are not and have to do as they are told.
 
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Obliged to start again, was it?
It would be called WTO free for all, if we could pretend that we don't have any obligation to monitor what is coming in and out of our only land border

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If Ireland was an independent Nation we could simply do a bi-lateral deal, but alas they are not and have to do as they are told.
Reality is a bugger.

The fact that Ireland is an EU MS isn't something that wasn't known in 2016.

It's almost like team leave didn't have a plan
 
It's almost like team leave didn't have a plan
Well it looks like English dairy farmers might get a fillip on the backs of lots of bankrupt Irish ones because the EU really doesn't care about anything except the "Project".
 
It would be called WTO free for all, if we could pretend that we don't have any obligation to monitor what is coming in and out of our only land border

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Regretfully it was thread drift for which I apologise.

I was actually talking about you being obliged to start again. :)
 
The trouble is the extreme Euroweenies are convinced that if we leave the EU the Sun will cease shining, nobody will be able to breathe, animals will stop breeding etc etc. The is a huge amount of groupthink and trying to give the right vibe.

The trouble is the response to this type of protest will be political, but really the politicians need to butt out and let the civil servants and diplomats get on with it.
The potential nightmare scenario for the Remainers and the EU is that Brexit proves successful and ongoing for the UK's prosperity.

The remainers can either admit the doomsday scenarios were wrong (hell will freeze over before they do that of course) or lose any semblance of integrity by denying the truth staring them in the face. I would trust this lot a single inch.
 
If you want to trade under WTO rules. Ignoring the border is not an option.
It's not our problem, we aren't ignoring it, the EU needs it open ! I can walk across from North to South unimpeded after Brexit.

Because of the Common Travel Area Agreement Irish people will still be able to travel to the UK minus Passport, I will still be able to visit Dublin sans Passport. Eire and the EU need to get their act together or 60% of Eire's exports won't be.

Strange don't you think, that the UK has been given the honour of having a 'soft' border with Eire, when it's had one since 1923 (with the exception of WW2), then again from 1953.
 
It's not our problem, we aren't ignoring it, the EU needs it open ! I can walk across from North to South unimpeded after Brexit.

Because of the Common Travel Area Agreement Irish people will still be able to travel to the UK minus Passport, I will still be able to visit Dublin sans Passport. Eire and the EU need to get their act together or 60% of Eire's exports won't be.

Strange don't you think, that the UK has been given the honour of having a 'soft' border with Eire, when it's had one since 1923 (with the exception of WW2), then again from 1953.


Yeah but no but yeah, but....

But before the EUtopians brought peace to Northern Ireland!
 
the Septics have been at the fracking lark for a solid decade now and the industry has yet to make a profit,
Funny how these non-profit making companies are seen as a great opportunity for investors.

Fracking Companies on the Verge of Prosperity

The most successful of these firms have been extremely profitable over the past few years – and profitable for investors as well.

Maybe they research a bit more than you do!
 
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Well it looks like English dairy farmers might get a fillip on the backs of lots of bankrupt Irish ones because the EU really doesn't care about anything except the "Project".
Benefits of membership without membership fees or responsibilities was nothing but a mirage born of exceptionalism.

The Irish farmers will no doubt blame the UK for causing this mess
 

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