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4 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Drugs, livestock, ringers, women, cash, booze, Fr Ted,....

And a bit of Freddy Fox???

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4 hours ago, steve187 said:

the idiots have had nearly 3 years to sort this out, and now they want or thinking they need an extension, plans should have been in place before they submitted article 50. all these failed negotiations and fake news stories about the risks of leaving , is a ploy by the remoaners and the EU, to sow discontent among the people to stop us leaving

Absolutely correct.

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56 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Maybe you should call the Irish prime Minister as he is saying differently.

 

"Ireland's prime minister said on Friday his government would find it very difficult to avoid imposing a hard border on Northern Ireland if Britain crashes out of the European Union without an exit agreement."

 

https://www.iol.co.za/news/world/irish-pm-says-eu-would-insist-on-hard-border-without-brexit-deal-18151131

 

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-ireland-commission/no-brexit-deal-means-hard-irish-border-eu-says-idUSKCN1PG1GV

Still waiting for those who are saying that Ireland doesn't want a border to comment or is it just fake news! Seems to be some remainers answer, when they know they are talking out of their back end.

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Just now, samran said:

Again, how was a border going to stop that? You were there apparently with your checkpoints, and failed miserably.

 

Those problems you cite, were indeed problems for those involved in the 'cause' so to speak, but not for the nation of Ireland as a whole. They weren't trying to 'free' the south, and Sinn Fein - their political brothers - never had any political popularity in the south until after the peace agreement. Even then, it is still limited.

 

As said, the cumulative effect was a very big problem for the north - not not for the political or cultural existence of the ROI.

 

 

You still have not answered the question. If you made a mistake then fine but man up.

 

"Again, how was a border going to stop that? You were there apparently with your checkpoints, and failed miserably."

 

So to  your statement above why is a border needed now then?

 

So my whole point is that Ireland didn't have a border up when the troubles were on but now they feel the need to because of Brexit and the potential of trouble.

 

Smacks of hypocrisy and idiocy.  Also been played like a :violin:by the EU.

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27 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

You still have not answered the question. If you made a mistake then fine but man up.

 

"Again, how was a border going to stop that? You were there apparently with your checkpoints, and failed miserably."

 

So to  your statement above why is a border needed now then?

 

So my whole point is that Ireland didn't have a border up when the troubles were on but now they feel the need to because of Brexit and the potential of trouble.

 

Smacks of hypocrisy and idiocy.  Also been played like a :violin:by the EU.

They didn't need a border cause you were both in the EEA and the CTA.

 

That is about to change, and the Irish are required to have one for customs checks if they have an EU external border. 

 

Saying it is hypocrisy and idiocy is a bit rich. They've been put in that position by the UK cluster$@ck which we are all witnessing.

 

You'll both remain in the CTA so immigration checks wont be done.

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