Re: The Malthouse Compromise
In the pdf, at a glance document, there is a link to the complete study. If you care to follow it, in this document at page 39-40, you find the actual solution(s). These require lanes for lorries with goods to declare, persons who have to show identification and an identification system, etc. There will be mobile control and inspection checkpoints,
In effect, there need to be physical facilities for the check of goods and persons. The intention of smart border 2.0 is to hamper the crossing of the border as little as possible. Whether all this in compliance with the good friday agreement was not a subject of investigation.
Conclusion: smart border 2.0 is in opposition with the gfa. Just see for yourself!