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Talk about digging holes for oneself;  this row over the "protocol" could be sorted in one foul swoop - IE: Just totally renege on it, declare N/Ireland as part of the sovereign and indepent Nation of the UK, and act accordingly.   If the EU then wish to have their border across Ireland, so be it, and they can build it and pay for it OR they can imagine a trade border between EIRE and the EU mainland, and see how they like the idea.  It's quite clear that this arrangement was designed to economically sever links between Ulster and the rest of the UK, in preparation for the political union of the island of Ireland and the May Gov walked right into the trap, now it's up to BoJo to get us out of it.    😠

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The Eu don't seem to be having problems on their eastern borders with encouraging states to implement hard borders to stop immigration.

 

Apparently ,much of the road traffic between Eire & the EU will soon be going by ferry to Dunkirk. Should be interesting when the Atlantic storms set in.

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Can't understand why Lord Frost is still talking to the EU,  when it's patently obvious that any deal with the EU means losing the UK sovereignty of N/Ireland, just rip up the protocol and carry on. IF the EU want a border, they'll have to build it and pay for it.   😠

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In many areas, our food standards are better than the EU.  The reality is, that the EU, especially France, are peeved with us for having the nerve to Brexit;  so they are trying their best to secure some control over us.  Our Gov have been slow to fully deliver Brexit by falling for these deals that tie us in to the EU.  Hopefully they'll realise that "no deal" was the best deal, and will now scrap all the chains tying us down, like the Protocol, the ECJ and the ECHR.  😠

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1 hour ago, Observer II said:

In many areas, our food standards are better than the EU.  The reality is, that the EU, especially France, are peeved with us for having the nerve to Brexit;  so they are trying their best to secure some control over us.  Our Gov have been slow to fully deliver Brexit by falling for these deals that tie us in to the EU.  Hopefully they'll realise that "no deal" was the best deal, and will now scrap all the chains tying us down, like the Protocol, the ECJ and the ECHR.  😠

Why you want all that trouble and a trade war is beyond me. We are not however tied to the ECHR through the EU, rather I believe we actually wrote it.

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I know, it was written by a British diplomat at the end of the war, when we still had illusions about being a major player in world affairs, with naive notions of human rights;  that have since been used to compromise our national interests.  As for a trade war, sounds to me like it's already happening, with the French.  😠

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