You don't half spout some crap.
Off course it annoys all the CNR.
That's the great thing about it.
Have you bought your sticker yet McSlaggart?Sorry old bean but republicans are happy to see unionists acting all hyper British. Its the poor old middle of the road people who wish to see everyone getting along in one happy little place that it upsets.
I bet SF would be prepared to allow unionists to keep a wee NI sticker in a united Ireland.
How on earth do you think that the PSNI could enforce anything in the Republic?I shall be writing to the PSNI and Garda chief constable to ensure enforcement of this important piece if government regulation.
Well this article from thejournal advises people to exchange their UK licenses.Care to expand on that?
You're supposed to do that anyway once you become a permanent resident of another EU state, as far as I know. What level of enforcement of the rule there was is of course another question.Well this article from thejournal advises people to exchange their UK licenses.
I think it would be funnier if you took it off.I have already,
Looks pretty darn good and more importantly annoys nationalists.
Why would they do that?A veiled threat by an idiot Unionist.
Go on and try to repeat what you did when you tossers caused my country to be partitioned - I dare you!
You won't be able to hide under Mama Britannia's skirt this time. There will be no Curragh Mutiny either - the British army will put manners on you idiot Unionists before the hand back of the occupied 6 counties.
Who cares a shite.New story on BBC website that all United Kingdom cars must display a GB sticker when over in Eire.
This is an unwitting benefit of Brexit and bound to anger the CNR.