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If we can't figure out the Irish border, what happens if Scotland join the EU?

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by Eirikur View Post

    I'm not a Royal navy expert but I assume they have subs that don't carry nukes
    No, we have around 2500 subs and they all carry nukes. Make sure you pass that on to the Russians...

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by jainnode View Post

    I think you'll find the Royal Navy is BRITISH, as in UK, so they don't belong to durham.
    wind your neck in, holy willy, you don't own this forum, just infest it with your pious bullsh1t
    He really doesn't like being caught out does he. A lovely gentleman too.

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  • jainnode
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post





    "nuclear submarine" specifically means a nuclear powered sub not one that carries nukes.
    Clearly you don't know and have nicely proved it.

    How many nuclear powered naval vessels does Scotland have, other than subs, do you think? Many Scottish aircraft carriers knocking around? The Scots are against nuclear power generally, this is well-known.

    This is the problem when you venture an opinion instead of just calling them stupid, you get found out.
    I think you'll find the Royal Navy is BRITISH, as in UK, so they don't belong to durham.
    wind your neck in, holy willy, you don't own this forum, just infest it with your pious bullsh1t

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post

    They're still nuclear subs though. Aren't those pretty contentious in their own right?

    Originally posted by jainnode View Post

    no, they aren't. thicko
    "nuclear submarine" specifically means a nuclear powered sub not one that carries nukes.
    Originally posted by jainnode View Post

    I know, - so fecking what?
    Clearly you don't know and have nicely proved it.

    How many nuclear powered naval vessels does Scotland have, other than subs, do you think? Many Scottish aircraft carriers knocking around? The Scots are against nuclear power generally, this is well-known.

    This is the problem when you venture an opinion instead of just calling them stupid, you get found out.

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  • jainnode
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Nuclear propulsion
    I know, - so fecking what? so are lots of military ships. geez, what a bunch of retards

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  • mattster
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post

    If I live on a street which straddles the border can I still go to the pub? We saw this a bit in lockdown when Wales/Scotland/England had differing rules.
    I went on a German exchange many years ago (pre Schengen) to Aachen, which is very close to the point where Gemrany, Belgium and The Netherlands meet. We went on a few bike rides (we were kids, 15 or so I think) and went through borders many times. A booth, as I recall, but no passports needed and waved through. I imagine the only thing that will interest border security is goods, so trucks etc will be stopped. Who knows, would be interesting to find out I guess. I'd be voting to leave the tulipshow that is the UK (England) if I lived in Scotland, that's for sure.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by jainnode View Post

    no, they aren't. thicko
    Nuclear propulsion

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  • jainnode
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post

    They're still nuclear subs though. Aren't those pretty contentious in their own right?
    no, they aren't. thicko

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by Eirikur View Post

    I'm not a Royal navy expert but I assume they have subs that don't carry nukes
    They're still nuclear subs though. Aren't those pretty contentious in their own right?

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  • Eirikur
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post

    So they'd like to keep the subs but take out all the nuclear bits? And do what, use them as trendy underwater restaurants?
    I'm not a Royal navy expert but I assume they have subs that don't carry nukes

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