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Bloomberg - Are you a robot?Failing that, he will always have the local kebab joint at a pown an hour, loads of them they say down Wolverhampton way.:lol:
A hard Brexit means and has always meant one of two thingsJust 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?
Hard border cannot be avoided through wishful thinking â€“ Leo Varadkar - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
Nail in the head.
No shortage of people to gut chickens if there is no dole/DLA/housing benefit to claim.
Work or starve.
Small uneconomic farms will go by the wayside.Hungry times acoming for the likes of you and the stupidest farmer in Ireland then eh newrybhollicks ... btw, did ye have a peek at the Belfast tele today ... slightly smarter farmers (got there eventually) in the UFU claiming NI farming will be “ruined” if there’s a hard border ..... you pair really are seriously thick aren’t yez wee son :lol:
:shock: ffs The north is packed full of “small farmers” and related industries ... you haven’t a feckin clue what you’re talking about have you son ...Small uneconomic farms will go by the wayside.
Same with any other business.
If the UK walks away, there will be no border between NI and GB.
Leo promised you he wouldn't erect a border on the island and is renaging on that today. He's putting the Republics relationship with the EU ahead of the Republics promises to Northern nationalists.
No deal is on the way and we'll start the negotiations on trade after that.
Unless Leo and Co use this veto of theirs to force through a sensible free trade deal PDQ.
I've always said uneconomic farms should go. There is no reason whatsoever that people should be paid for being uneconomic when large farms can be economically competitive.:shock: ffs The north is packed full of “small farmers” and related industries ... you haven’t a feckin clue what you’re talking about have you son ...
even the dopey dog won’t back you in your “small farmers” don’t matter theory :roll: .... that should tell you something but I’m guessing it won’t
... and btw, that’s some climb down from your previous claims that NI farming would thrive after a hard Brexit ... again, you show your absolute ignorance of the situation ... you really are clueless here aren’t you son!
Also, partial checks at ports does NOT constitute a border ... again, just more crackpot unionist insecure nonsense :roll:
And as far as Leo and his no hard border comments .... it’s just politics son ,,, as I said to you before but you conveniently ignored ... A hard Brexit means and has always meant one of two things:-
1/ a hard border in Ireland
2/ regulatory divergence in the Irish Sea
Only cretins such as yourself would ever have believed otherwise :? ... eejit
Btw, which option above do you think is more likely ?
EU masters! Lol. You're in the EU. And all your campaigning for is to swap brilliant EU regs with rubbish WTO regs. And replace Brussels with Sao Paolo you dunce.I've always said uneconomic farms should go. There is no reason whatsoever that people should be paid for being uneconomic when large farms can be economically competitive.
I still say that NI farms will thrive supplying the GB market post Brexit.
It appears now that it will be the RoI and their masters in the EU who will be building the border on Ireland. Leo has lied to you.
Surely such a high flyer as yourself would have left the UK by now?EU masters! Lol. You're in the EU. And all your campaigning for is to swap brilliant EU regs with rubbish WTO regs. And replace Brussels with Sao Paolo you dunce.
You are aware that the people of Ireland voted for independence and their democratic choice was denied under the threat of British and Unionist terrorism? That sort of thing tends to lead to trouble. What you sow...Normal service resumes.
Nationalist-on-nationalist nose thumbing, each believing he's fundamentally different to the other, and each loading the blame for the real and imagined misdeeds of a whole bleeding country on the other's shoulders.