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Katy Hayward Aug 10
"there is a strong feeling in N.Ireland of being propelled towards a crisis without any ability to stop it" A piece by me in explaining how & why the was designed to protect NI/IRL from the very effects threatened by . 1/2
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Shona Murray 20h
This is pretty much spot on by ⁦⁩. Neither rogue nor wily fixer, Varadkar confounds British
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JAC 🇮🇪🇬🇧🇪🇺 16h
A majority in Northern Ireland support the . Yet this is what they are getting instead! The Conservative and Unionist Party — proped up by the Democratic Unionist Party — are going to deliver a . 1. 2.
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Nicholas Shakespeare Aug 14
Please can anyone explain, in a sentence that I can hold in the palm of my hand, what the Backstop is? Our entire future seems to flounder on the , yet what, exactly, is it? Einstein said that nothing should be so complicated that you can't explain it to your granny.
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Lurgan Spade 8h
is simply a way to force a United Ireland on Unionists.
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DMcD Aug 17
After a Polish EU National, resident in Ireland crosses from Ireland into N.I. He does not wish to enter the UK illegally. Where can he find a UK Border Force Official? Without a hard border UK Border Force will be not be enforcing border control at the border.
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Lurgan Spade 12h
What do we know about the opinion of Loyalists towards the ? Do they see it is a breach of the Good Friday Agreement?
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Edwin 10h
So Greenland is not for sale, damd, let's see what other island we can buy... Seams there will be one on the maket soon, heard it should be a bargain and it's owners are willing to accept more or less each sales condition
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Hugo 8h
Even the plainest-looking person can be beautiful inside.
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Noel Hannan MCIAT 8h
The does not breach the it protects it.
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Arthur O Hara Aug 17
As corrupted Irish Bankers & government brought sovereign Irish citizens to their fiscal knees, British taxpayers provided Ireland with a bail-out of more than £14bn via Royal Bank of Scotland & Lloyds Banking Group between 2009/11. Know needs?
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Kate🌟🌟🌟 8h
It is not “the Irish Backstop” it is the deal that the government negotiated with ALL of the EU, stop blaming others for your own mess. Stop telling lies. Own your own shit
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INgrid Sigerson Aug 14
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A.K.T Aug 11
How are things in British Occupied Ireland ?
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DMcD Aug 12
Please help my mate Jim Bryan with the and . Builder JB Ltd of Dundalk, Ireland have been awarded a contact to build a school in Newry, Northern Ireland. The contract is expected to last 18 months. JB employs Irish, UK and Polish nationals. /1 of 2
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Fiona O'Farrell 12h
The home sec has told civil service to find a new IT system & get it operational in *8* weeks or she'll close UK borders? Assume this plan include closing Ps- Is anyone going to tell her that the lack of tech is the reason for the ?
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Vincent Feiner FCIPD Aug 17
Replying to @RogerHelmerMEP
You were 1at end WW2. your education is Top Draw but u fail recognise GFA what it's secured? How can you define the treaty of 1921 agreed by HMG as an act of terrorism or do you wish to invade Eire? Ps need to update your profile you not an MEP
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Lurgan Spade 13h
If the Irish Government want a No Deal and won't get rid of the failed , then just let them have it. They will be left to install EU Border Controls all along the Irish border.
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Hugo 14h
Surprisingly good and well-edited, with a superb final sentence.
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Sen. Neale Richmond 16h
In line with the 60% in Northern Ireland who voted for parties that support the in the European Elections.
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Dearbhail McDonald 18h
So, what do we conclude from today’s media coverage of British government concedes there will be 1. Chaos & 2. A hard border in the event of ... whilst the majority in Northern Ireland favour the & closer alignment with the 🤷‍♀️
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