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TOPIC: Brexit.
#169721
Brexit. 1 Week, 4 Days ago Karma: 50
Only one solution now. The Commons must vote - knowing the cash divorce sum and the hard border that MUST happen either in Ireland or in the sea, should Brexit go ahead. If the Commons votes YES - that's it. If no, an immediate second referendum (I reckon the country would now vote 80% Remain).
 
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#169756
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 50
If only we had a decent leader...
 
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#169762
andrew

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
If only we had a decent leader...

Don't tell ITK.
 
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#169768
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 50
So it seems Mrs May will allow total access of Northern Ireland by the EU; meaning any EU citizens can enter the UK as long as they come through Ireland and all goods likewise. No borders, hard or soft. Since there cannot (and should not) be any borders between Northern Ireland and England, Scotland or Wales, this means Brexit means no Brexit. How will Cliche May justify that one?
 
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#169772
tdf
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Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 0
Is this not a charter for human traffickers?
 
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#169773
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 3
I might be having an extra-stupid moment, but I cant see how this can possibly work or what the point of it is.
 
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#169776
Jo

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
tdf wrote:
Is this not a charter for human traffickers?
I was wondering that too. I don't see how they can claim to "take back control of our borders" if the UK is going to be leaking like a sieve at the Irish end.
 
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#169778
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 50
I'm not a fan of the DUP but I have to say they are absolutely right; if there is Brexit, it cannot be different for parts of the UK. It simply would not work; and Brexit cannot happen.
 
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#169780
In The Know

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
I'm not a fan of the DUP but I have to say they are absolutely right; if there is Brexit, it cannot be different for parts of the UK. It simply would not work; and Brexit cannot happen.

Agree, JK

The facts are starting to dawn .... its simply incompatible for there to be no border when N Ireland is OUT of the EU and Eire remains IN !

Anyone who wanted to enter the UK would simply have to go to Eire (under free movement rules) then walk across the border that does not exist !

Just shows the difficuty that the PM - any PM ! - has.

How can you reconcile the impossible?
 
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#169784
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 50
I have to say it is extraordinary; OK - Northern Ireland and Ireland have an agreement that means no border - single market stays - customs scrapped - still the EU courts and rules - and the DUP quite rightly say it cannot be any different to Scotland, London... there seems a simple answer; no Brexit.
 
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#169786
In The Know

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Northern Ireland and Ireland have an agreement that means no border - single market stays

They have no border because BOTH are members of the EU, so there are no trade barriers between the two.

Its no different to UK and France.
 
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#169792
In The Know

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Let's also remember..... N Ireland voted to Remain (as did Scotland)
 
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#169805
andrew

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Maybe May will pay the 50 billion divorce and blame the previous government.
 
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#169821
Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 1 Day ago Karma: 50
It is simply totally unacceptable for Northern Ireland to be as different to the UK as Bayswater. The only sensible way out is to drop Brexit.
 
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#169824
andrew

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
JK2006 wrote:
It is simply totally unacceptable for Northern Ireland to be as different to the UK as Bayswater. The only sensible way out is to drop Brexit.

Risk losing more votes at the next election and getting a smaller minority victory ?

Wonder if May will bribe Mr Higgins and remember Ireland had to vote twice.
 
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#169831
In The Know

Re:Brexit. 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
andrew wrote:
Maybe May will pay the 50 billion divorce and blame the previous government.

... and why not?

Labour still CANNON decide whether they are in favour or against !
www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/s...-eurosceptic-bennite

Which causes the Fruitcake a bit of a dilemma ... his Union "owners" want Brexit (so they an start penny farthing bicycle factories and other enterprises that no one wants ... to keep their members in overpaid, and un-needed jobs!) but the majority of his (foolish) supporters are young - and they want to REMAIN !
 
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