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My only concern with that is that it seems the Boris Johnson's days as PM are now numbered. Which means that he will be replaced, and probably by Michael Gove.

Gove is a fanatic. A convinced supply sider and a fundamentalist Unionist with a hatred for the compromises in the GA. If he gets into number 10, then there will be problems in Scotland, but that will be dwarfed by his attempts to impose a hard border between Ulster and the Republic. And he WILL try to do this.

Boris may be an absentee landlord when it comes to ...well, most things, but Gove has, imo, been the driver of all the disruptions with the Irish Sea crossing. He sees advantage to the Union in such a tactic.

He will, of course, fail. The US will guarantee that absolutely. But he will try and his failure will be messy for Ulster and ruinous for unionism.

keep to the Fen Causeway

by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Fri Apr 30th, 2021 at 11:23:06 AM EST
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