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Libertarian academic supports rule by decree to deliver Brexit

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  • original PM
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    Originally posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Are the IRA in favour of this proposal ?


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    Well not really sure the 'IRA' actually exists anymore.

    Irish Republican Army - Wikipedia

    Didn't they change their name to the real IRA?

    But surely any 'Army' which is not backed by a government and exists to protect that country is actually just a group of terrorists?

    but I am not expert so surely someone will be along to correct me.

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  • GhostofTarbera
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    Originally posted by jamesbrown View Post
    The best solution for the Irish border is for NI to stay fully aligned with Ireland on the minimum necessary for the absence of physical checks (SPS etc.) and for those checks to instead happen on E-W trade in the Irish sea. I've said this countless times, but you perhaps have the memory of a gnat. It isn't immediately workable for temporary reasons (literally, nothing is). First, until the institutions are back up in NI, there's no opportunity for consent. Second, the Tories have a C&S agreement with the DUP. In the long run, it poses no real threat to the Union. There's literally no workable solution otherwise. Staying in the EU isn't a solution for all but the most cretinous among us, i.e., you. The NI backstop isn't a solution (voted against three times). What's your fantastical solution other than "not leaving"?
    Are the IRA in favour of this proposal ?


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  • BrilloPad
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Yes, 48:52, but the majority still haven’t come up with a single workable solution to the Irish Border.
    There is a simple solution. The UK leaves the EU. End of.

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Yes, 48:52, but the majority still haven’t come up with a single workable solution to the Irish Border.
    The best solution for the Irish border is for NI to stay fully aligned with Ireland on the minimum necessary for the absence of physical checks (SPS etc.) and for those checks to instead happen on E-W trade in the Irish sea. I've said this countless times, but you perhaps have the memory of a gnat. It isn't immediately workable for temporary reasons (literally, nothing is). First, until the institutions are back up in NI, there's no opportunity for consent. Second, the Tories have a C&S agreement with the DUP. In the long run, it poses no real threat to the Union. There's literally no workable solution otherwise. Staying in the EU isn't a solution for all but the most cretinous among us, i.e., you. The NI backstop isn't a solution (voted against three times). What's your fantastical solution other than "not leaving"?

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  • Old Greg
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Yes, 48:52, but the majority still haven’t come up with a single workable solution to the Irish Border.
    Apart from Ireland leaving the EU.

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  • WTFH
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    Originally posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Fair enough. I think you're in a minority.
    Yes, 48:52, but the majority still haven’t come up with a single workable solution to the Irish Border.

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post
    Nope. Completely incorrect. I'm a remainer and I'm as happy as Larry I'm loving the squirming of Bojo and his idiot pals. Also love to watch the angry gammons when interviewed daily on tv. Hilarious.

    Brexit just keeps on giving

    I do, however, hope Bojo gets his own way and stays in power to deliver it. I'm all for a hard brexit. It's what the gammon leavers deserve
    Fair enough. I think you're in a minority.

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  • DealorNoDeal
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    Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Radio4 this morning. Interview with his biographer. Boris is a remainer according to her.

    Would certainly explain his reaction the day after the referendum result....
    He wouldn't be the first politician crusading for something that they don't even believe in.

    If does die in a ditch, at least he has the comfort of knowing that there's a special place in hell waiting for him.

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  • Whorty
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    Originally posted by jamesbrown View Post
    On the contrary, the remoaners are the angry, red-faced, cry babies. Happy to unburden you of this small stupidity.
    Nope. Completely incorrect. I'm a remainer and I'm as happy as Larry I'm loving the squirming of Bojo and his idiot pals. Also love to watch the angry gammons when interviewed daily on tv. Hilarious.

    Brexit just keeps on giving

    I do, however, hope Bojo gets his own way and stays in power to deliver it. I'm all for a hard brexit. It's what the gammon leavers deserve

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by Old Greg View Post
    I'll include a trigger warning next time for you.
    So clever and yet so mean!

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