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18-05-2021, 10:39 AM
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Ireland has Realised it Overreached on Brexit

The EU border is an EU problem and should be sorted out in EU territory. As long as Johnson and Frost need to get agreement from Brussels to solve the Irish Border issues, the more the UK realises it is not sovereign and Boris is failing Brexit.

The only solution is to tear up the Irish Protocol. It doesn't work and it breaks UK law and the GFA.

The EU is a political regime that needs Brexit to fail in order to save itself. The price Brussels is willing to pay is of an unimaginable scale in order to do it.

http://digitaleditions.telegraph.co....article/175039
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18-05-2021, 02:09 PM
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Re: Ireland has Realised it Overreached on Brexit

Originally Posted by Bread ->
The EU border is an EU problem and should be sorted out in EU territory. As long as Johnson and Frost need to get agreement from Brussels to solve the Irish Border issues, the more the UK realises it is not sovereign and Boris is failing Brexit.

The only solution is to tear up the Irish Protocol. It doesn't work and it breaks UK law and the GFA.

The EU is a political regime that needs Brexit to fail in order to save itself. The price Brussels is willing to pay is of an unimaginable scale in order to do it.

http://digitaleditions.telegraph.co....article/175039
Varadkar was all too willing to be used by the EU during the Brexit negotiations. The opportunity to stick two fingers up to the Brits in an attempt to boost his own poll ratings (he failed), and to be the poster boy for the EU was too much temptation for him. His judgement is lacking I'm afraid. Anyone remember the "no British planes flying over Irish airspace" comment? Obviously oblivious to the fact that Irish airspace is protected by the RAF. Silly man.
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18-05-2021, 03:51 PM
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Re: Ireland has Realised it Overreached on Brexit

Originally Posted by Bread ->
The EU border is an EU problem and should be sorted out in EU territory. As long as Johnson and Frost need to get agreement from Brussels to solve the Irish Border issues, the more the UK realises it is not sovereign and Boris is failing Brexit.

The only solution is to tear up the Irish Protocol. It doesn't work and it breaks UK law and the GFA.

The EU is a political regime that needs Brexit to fail in order to save itself. The price Brussels is willing to pay is of an unimaginable scale in order to do it.

http://digitaleditions.telegraph.co....article/175039
Surprised that our new US President has not commented on the growing likelihood of strife in Northern Ireland.

Didn't he raise it as one of his biggest interests, as he was getting sworn in?
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18-05-2021, 03:56 PM
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Re: Ireland has Realised it Overreached on Brexit

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Surprised that our new US President has not commented on the growing likelihood of strife in Northern Ireland.

Didn't he raise it as one of his biggest interests, as he was getting sworn in?
He'll have forgotten all about it now.
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18-05-2021, 05:38 PM
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Re: Ireland has Realised it Overreached on Brexit

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Surprised that our new US President has not commented on the growing likelihood of strife in Northern Ireland.

Didn't he raise it as one of his biggest interests, as he was getting sworn in?

I doubt he knows his own name.
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