Irish foreign minister doesn't even realise all Unionist parties against current Brexit Backstop


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Do you have any evidence to support this claim?


FYI: If you wish to export to other countries then you will have to send your goods through one of the ports.
Common sense man dear, do you not have any.
If there are only EU checks and tariffs at Irish ports then businesses will quite legitimately send there goods through a NI port, of which the EU have no authority to impose any types of checks or tariffs and would never be allowed
 

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Common sense man dear, do you not have any.
If there are only EU checks and tariffs at Irish ports then businesses will quite legitimately send there goods through a NI port, of which the EU have no authority to impose any types of checks or tariffs and would never be allowed
DOG you are in a rather insouciant mood this morning for someone who discovered yesterday that the UK government was going to allow southern farm produce into the north free of tariffs in the event of a no deal Brexit. Don't you see the threats this would pose for your farm's future viability?
 

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I cant lie, this is humiliating that the free states leaders and May! are doing this to Ireland. The British are going to likely put up a hard border in our country and the surrender Fein who proclaim themselves socialists is pushing for an amnesty on British murderers. These rogues have sold out our nation for the British pound, the queen's money. They have wrapped themselves in the butcher's apron like. I at least take solace in the fact that I can watch the economic fallout on Britain from my free republic, but unfortunately the Westminster-induced poverty in republican estates is already quite bad. It's unfortunate that the British are pissing all over the agreement but giving have destroyed their munitions who is surprised? Talk all you desire about demographics, the truth is there is a British secretary and they will only call the poll when they desire. PSNI harassment has intensified against our lads who do not conform to the British lackey agenda. How the nation has been subjugated and brutalised by these British imperialists, will we even see national liberation in my lifetime? Curse Britannia and her cruel and queer occupiers, who are a foreign people and subjects of a brutal monarchist regime. The Irish population of the north has been kept complacent by benefits via taxation of our people and a generous welfare state overall. God have mercy on our ancient homeland.
 

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DOG you are in a rather insouciant mood this morning for someone who discovered yesterday that the UK government was going to allow southern farm produce into the north free of tariffs in the event of a no deal Brexit. Don't you see the threats this would pose for your farm's future viability?
Unless meat is born and reared in the UK it can't be sold as British beef.
Eire cattle will still have to have paperwork and checked before crossing the border
This is no change .
 

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Unless meat is born and reared in the UK it can't be sold as British beef.
Eire cattle will still have to have paperwork and checked before crossing the border
This is no change .
You speak of the success of your own farm which is stolen from the land of our Gaelic ancestors. Your large Protestant plantations are illegal.
 

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Unless meat is born and reared in the UK it can't be sold as British beef.
Eire cattle will still have to have paperwork and checked before crossing the border
This is no change .
In the words of that well-known Republican Unionist, the Rev Ian Paisley : "Our people may be British but our cows are Irish." Paisley was a bigot, but he was not stupid. Unlike today's unionist leaders, who may well match him in bigotry but who unlike Paisley Sr, just don't get that economic interests don't always obey ideological constraints.
 

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Unless meat is born and reared in the UK it can't be sold as British beef.
Eire cattle will still have to have paperwork and checked before crossing the border
This is no change .
There won't be any tariffs though and as tariffs will be imposed at Holyhead and Fishguard etc. there will be a surplus. That will drive down prices inevitably. The same will apply to milk. You haven't thought this through. The UFU president has though.

The Ulster Farmers’ Union says the government’s import tariff plans for a no-deal Brexit would devastate Northern Ireland’s farming industry. UFU president, Ivor Ferguson, says the plans are further proof that a no deal Brexit would have catastrophic consequences for Northern Ireland. He added: “We have very real concerns about the proposal for a zero per cent tariff on agricultural goods coming from the Republic of Ireland (ROI) into Northern Ireland and the differential treatment with ROI and GB trade where tariffs will apply. This would drive down prices and hit producers here. It could also potentially open the door to illegal trade which would seriously impact on the integrity of the NI agri-food industry. It is unlikely the EU would offer the same zero tariff to Northern Ireland or the UK as a whole. This is why we have called for reciprocal tariffs. Whatever the EU applies, the UK should apply in return. The tariff plans emphasise why a no deal Brexit must be avoided,” said the UFU president.

Read more at: No deal tariff schedule a disaster for Northern Ireland - UFU
 

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You speak of the success of your own farm which is stolen from the land of our Gaelic ancestors. Your large Protestant plantations are illegal.
Take your oil and stop gurning.
Sure youse would have been to lazy or drunk to manage it.
 

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Take your oil and stop gurning.
Sure youse would have been to lazy or drunk to manage it.
Yet alcoholism is more prevalent in NI than in the ROI. The ROI economy is 10 times larger than NI's and productivity in ROI leaves NI in the dust. Seems difficult to support your prejudice with facts.
 

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Yet alcoholism is more prevalent in NI than in the ROI. The ROI economy is 10 times larger than NI's and productivity in ROI leaves NI in the dust. Seems difficult to support your prejudice with facts.
Freestate traitors are 10 times as treasonous and disgusting.
 

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There won't be any tariffs though and as tariffs will be imposed at Holyhead and Fishguard etc. there will be a surplus. That will drive down prices inevitably. The same will apply to milk. You haven't thought this through. The UFU president has though.
Where am I wrong. There is no tariffs at the minute,
Its all about the premium for British beef.
As for milk alot is processed in Eire but there's capacity for it in NI and thepri.e mar
 

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Yet alcoholism is more prevalent in NI than in the ROI. The ROI economy is 10 times larger than NI's and productivity in ROI leaves NI in the dust. Seems difficult to support your prejudice with facts.
But you know it was true at the time.
 

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Pressure now on Eire as the British have said and told their plans with no hard border.
Leo is going to have to get his troops to the border quite soon.
here doggy aul han, hows your NI farming prospects looking now son :whistle: .... have ye counted up all the mula yer gonna make yet :ROFLMAO:
 

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But you know it was true at the time.
Speaking of truth did you find out where Paisley had his first church in Castlederg yet ?. Surely you know someone about Killen who would set you right. Or maybe you never set foot in NI never mind Castlederg - your're a wee fraud.
 

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After wandering all over the shop, the customs border seems to be once again headed for the Irish Sea, as the Confidence and Supply agreement proved a little one sided. Like your new Limerick colours Avi BTW.
There's no plan for a customs border between NI and GB.
 

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Speaking of truth did you find out where Paisley had his first church in Castlederg yet ?. Surely you know someone about Killen who would set you right. Or maybe you never set foot in NI never mind Castlederg - your're a wee fraud.
If I was worried or interested in what you thought I could find out in the blink of an eye but I'm not.
So the word " Whatever" springs to mind.
 

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If I was worried or interested in what you thought I could find out in the blink of an eye but I'm not.
So the word " Whatever" springs to mind.
rule Britannia mate
 

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Where am I wrong. There is no tariffs at the minute,
Its all about the premium for British beef.
As for milk alot is processed in Eire but there's capacity for it in NI and thepri.e mar
We will see. The UFU president shares my doubts. I genuinely hope I am wrong. The economy of provincial market towns depends on farmers making a decent living and if they don't the rest of us are impacted as well, even if only indirectly in quality of life terms. Enniskillen still hasn't recovered fully economically from the 2010 recession.
 
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