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EU make offer to reduce 80% of post Brexit checks at NI border

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Notch7, 31 May 2021.

  1. Vinty

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    If this isn't sorted out soon, it could lead to sausage smuggling of a large scale
    N. I. is only 12 miles from Scotland at some place's.
    It would be easy to bring boat loads of sausages across.
     
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  3. Vinty

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  4. Captain Nemesis

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    How about wording on packages of cocaine

    Not to be imported to the UK (or words to the affect)

    Obvious simples problem solved. No need for border controls, customs, sniffer dogs, etc - just a simple instruction can be absolutely guaranteed to prevent importation.

    I wonder why nobody has ever thought of it before.
     
  5. Scarlet Pimpernel

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    You've told us many times how you prefer action: riots, civil disorder, chaos, genocide, it doesn't matter to you which it is as long as society is dysfunctional.
     
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    It's Boris's problem to solve, not the EU's.
    His much foretold IT systems haven't reached the drawing board yet.
    The infrastructure for the import checks haven't been started yet.
    He's only had about 2 years.
    But his mantra is: to do as little as possible, and hope all the problems go away.
    It didn't work with Covid, it hasn't worked with Brexit.

    You're not even aware of the problem. How can you hope to offer a workable solution?
    "Not to be sold outside the single market ( or words to the affect)". The sausage is not to be sold INSIDE the SM. :rolleyes:
    Your simple solution has monstrously failed to understand the problem. Dummkopf!
     
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    Boats? BOATS?
    Boris is going to build a bridge.
     
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    no 2 ways about it

    sausage smuggling will become the norm

    rumour has it that Macrin is pushing for a customs border unit dedicated entirely to sausage smuggling

    any one caught with a contraband sausage 6 months inside
     
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    Blimey the yanks attempted to negotiate a deal with the EU over 7 years :eek: and never did get any where

    they sat bemused listening to 27 governments rabbitting on about


    turtle wax and hot dogs :idea:

    the Romanians never seemed to be there

    they were other wise indisposed loading a container at the local
    Docks :LOL:
     
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    If Bobby Dazzler as a teacher could do Geography lessons, perhaps Macron would come along.
     
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    I'd only consider him as a student if Dom Raab will attend also.
    I'd enjoy their antics in class.
    Teacher: Dom Raab, what's the shortest route from UK to Europe?
    Dom Raab: er, erm,, hang on, I know this one, is it any where near Cornwall? No, I know, you go past that little island, what's it called now? Erm, erm, Ireland?
    Teacher: Em Macron, how many countries make up the UK?
    Macron: Well UK likes to think of itself as one country, but in reality it's a Kingdom, made up of two countries, one principality, and a province. But the word 'country' is often interposed with other similar words, such as territory, island, nation, etc.
     
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    Such a creative and inventive response by yourself, for Macron.

    Shame that Macron has no such abilities, a clanger by him, by any standards.
     
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    :ROFLMAO: Whoops I missed something the so called deal does state - how to handle the Irish boarder problem. Diddley squat else.

    Boris signed it so live with it.
     
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    You mean The F***** who eat things found in gardens or bits of pond dwelling creatures? ;)
     
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    It doesn't matter if he lies, cheats or steals. The British public have been softened up for this through decades of sycophantic media and client journalism. The BBC one time used to scare the pants off politicians but now the likes of Kuenssberg have just become their paid PR. Cummings outed her in his interview and if she had an iota of journalistic integrity she would have resigned.

    Every democracy needs an independent source of truth or fact. One that is not reliant on ratings or advertisements. However politicians being what they are, they have politicised the BBC to the point it now has a revolving door between its news output and PR / Comms roles in Government.

    The public are just saps.
     
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