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The growing Brexit threat to Ireland

On Wednesday at prime minister's questions, the DUP's Ian Paisley Jnr told Boris Johnson in a chilling intervention that "the protocol has betrayed us and has made us feel like foreigners in our own country". He asked Johnson: "Will you legislate, if necessary, to remove the impediments to trade in Northern Ireland? Will you be a man of your word and allow businessmen in my constituency to bin the unnecessary documentation that you told us we could bin? Prime minister, be the Unionist we need you to be."

EU Commission's NI Border Blunder

One security source predicted it would take strong leadership to undo the damage caused by the commission's article 16 blunder. The source said the EU had always tried to occupy the moral high ground, insisting it would do every everything to protect the Good Friday agreement "and then they go and trigger 16, which blew everything out of the water.

"How do you get back to a position where the adults in the room are acting in a way that brings more stability and not undermining what little stability there is."

Btw the Dutch too don't get their British goods delivered ... one importer had a delivery of Scot's whiskey delayed by four weeks. In the end helping out to fill in the necessary forms ...

Nissan forced to shut UK production line owing to supply delays

British business leaders warn of 'substantial difficulties' at UK ports

by Oui on Sun Feb 7th, 2021 at 09:26:44 AM EST
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