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Brexit the DUP and the Irish border


death or glory

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You're that blinded by your own hatred that you missed the point of the entire post, you dope.
No,
he just clarified that you were in fact talking crap.
 


McSlaggart

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Regardless of what they say, the truth is the DUP would rather accept a hard border. They are rejecting special dispensation for Northern Ireland, preferring to see us all suffer together as a union – such is their blind, unrequited devotion to Britain. But, as the great John Hume once said, “You can’t eat a flag.”

If the DUP put Northern Ireland through a no-deal Brexit – from which we will be hit with the worst economic fallout, with a border disturbing our hard won peace – sooner, rather than later, the people will see a better way forward in a prosperous united Ireland, back inside the EU.

By rejecting May’s deal, and pushing us towards this, the DUP truly are like turkeys voting for Christmas.

The DUP have become turkeys voting for Christmas as they steer us toward a no-deal Brexit | The Independent
 

ruserious

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18:57

Tory Brexiteers to back PM over Labour motion
A European Research Group (ERG) source says members of the group of backbench of Tory eurosceptics will "of course be voting with the government on this meaningless Labour motion".
This is despite many of them being opposed to the PM's Brexit deal and May's leadership.



Weasels. Weasels everywhere.
 

Newrybhoy

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Just heard Leo on the news declaring that he wouldn't be able to stop a hard border in the event of a hard Brexit.

So much for all the empty promises. The only party guaranteeing no hard border in Ireland is the UK.

Dear dear dear.

Putting his EU buddies ahead of Northern nationalists.
https://www.taoiseach.gov.ie/eng/News/Taoiseach's_Press_Releases/Statement_by_the_Taoiseach_Leo_Varadkar_T_D_Friday_08_December_2017_Government_Press_Centre_.html


Who'd have thought it?

Hard border cannot be avoided through wishful thinking – Leo Varadkar - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
 
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2lazy

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Just heard Leo on the news declaring that he wouldn't be able to stop a hard border in the event of a hard Brexit.

So much for all the empty promises. The only party guaranteeing no hard border in Ireland is the UK.

Dear dear dear.

Putting his EU buddies ahead of Northern nationalists.

Who'd have thought it?
Aside from your flawed analysis - the fact that you think "northern nationalists" have any fate in a Free State goverment especially a blueshirt one is laughable - you are a complete clown:rolleyes2:
 

Newrybhoy

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Aside from your flawed analysis - the fact that you think "northern nationalists" have any fate in a Free State goverment especially a blueshirt one is laughable - you are a complete clown:rolleyes2:
Do you deny that Leo assured everyone that there would be no hard border in Ireland?

https://www.irishnews.com/news/2018/11/19/news/taoiseach-leo-varadkar-says-hard-border-not-up-for-discussion-regardless-of-whether-brexit-deal-is-voted-down-by-house-of-co-1487975/
 

A REASON

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What if the DUP's attitude comes out on top in this Brexit issue. Where does the rest of Ireland stand then

Always remember that throughout history the Europeans nations only gave extremely limited support for Ireland when there was self interest involved.
When no self interest was achievable then any ,even vocal support dissolved.

The Irish must not put too much trust in the EEC
I don't remember the EEC starving millions of us! I don't remember them planting bombs on our streets, shooting innocents dead, setting up peadophile homes or torturing us.
 

A REASON

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Maybe being a republic is a signal to violent people that guns are an acceptable mode of expression

When you look at global figures ,Republics are the most violent countries

Northern Ireland since the troubles is apparently much more peaceful
Maybe living in the UK is much safer after all.
:laugh: british army terrorists have killed millions worldwide!!
 

Mickeymac

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Read my post again fool



Someone who posts links, which are months old, particularly concerning Brexit is either drunk or living in the past, that figgers in the case of Newrybucks :laugh: and such folk sir would be incapable of reading and digesting messages on here.:D
 

Franzoni

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Someone who posts links, which are months old, particularly concerning Brexit is either drunk or living in the past, that figgers in the case of Newrybucks :laugh: and such folk sir would be incapable of reading and digesting messages on here.:D
It's all good .......

Mrs May is going to put these dossers to work wiping up the piss and shít in care homes or other low skilled labour jobs and the like now that that they are sending all the Johnny Foreigners home ...

The days of dossing on the interweb or sitting around sparking up with a bottle of Buckie are numbered.......
 

Newrybhoy

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It's all good .......

Mrs May is going to put these dossers to work wiping up the piss and shít in care homes or other low skilled labour jobs and the like now that that they are sending all the Johnny Foreigners home ...

The days of dossing on the interweb or sitting around sparking up with a bottle of Buckie are numbered.......
Nail in the head.

No shortage of people to gut chickens if there is no dole/DLA/housing benefit to claim.

Work or starve.
 

Oliver Cromwell McIvor

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No shortage of people to gut chickens if there is no dole.
Tremens you should be more worried about the Muzzies down the road from ye who're gutting Ulster chickens live.
 

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