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grimsby pete
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There will be no hard border in Ireland but there will be checks at ports in England Scotland and Wales like there are now. It will mean just checks from NI  will be increased a little.

So unless they want to stay in N Ireland they will be picked up.


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There will be no hard border in Ireland but there will be checks at ports in England Scotland and Wales like there are now. It will mean just checks from NI  will be increased a little.

So unless they want to stay in N Ireland they will be picked up.


So taking back control means that we have to have passport controls within our own country? How are Northern Ireland supposed to feel that they are potentially exposed to greater illegal immigration while also having to pay tariffs on goods coming from the UK. They didn't even vote for Brexit. I have a good friend from Northern Ireland who doesn't usually vote but voted for labour this time in attempt to keep Johnson out as he shows an incredible lack of knowledge on Northern Ireland.
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Would you rather fly in an Airbus or a Boeing 737 Max...

I expect Trump would say that the Boeing short cuts on the safety testing of the 737 Max were caused by the state subsidies to Airbus




I've flown in aircraft that should have been withdrawn from service and landed on beaches and grass airstrips, you take your life in your hands when ever and where ever you fly. A lot of aircraft are flying when they should be grounded and the costs of grounded aircraft far out weight them being in the air with safety on the back burner as they can have over sights they can get away with most of the time. This is the sad fact of the aviation industry. I know this from watching the NDT (Non-destructive testing) basically magnetic stress testing on aircraft, when I asked the chap carrying out the test how it was going he told me the aircraft type he was testing should have been withdrawn from service years ao and they want another 10 years out of them, a month later I was on that aircraft on 8,000 mile journey.

The facts are the EU is protectionist and has been exposed for giving unfair state subsidies by the World Trade Organization to airplane manufacturer Airbus. Therefore the US reacts and implements tariffs on food and spirits form EU countries, in this case I highlighted that Whiskey had been hit which has effected the Scottish whiskey industry but the SNP haven't made a squeak about that have they. The SNP will look for any reason that suits their agenda their party was set up for, the wind changes direction, independence, English illegitimates, independence.

The bottom line is that the EU has acted unfairly meaning the US can claim to recoup damages to the tune of $7.5 billion, and the vicitims of that are the Scottish and other EU countries who export food and spirits/wines.


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Has someone told that Greta Thunberg that Britain is now Corbyn free  


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