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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. Notch7

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    The ERG have a controlling power in Tory govt, so he has to pander to them

    they arent a majority, but enough to stop him getting votes through.

    Johnson promised them "vote for the WA and you will get no deal in a years time
     
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  3. Which wouldnt be long coming.


    So it wouldnt be all bad,then... :ROFLMAO:


    They could make their own in the RoI

    https://www.bertc.com/subfive/recipes/irish.htm
     
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    The EU can't be trusted as they've proven over and over. Time to pull the plug, ditch the NI protocol, invoke article 16.
    The Republic will be sweating as they know the potential consequences for them will be exclusion from the single market, they know the EU are capable of such treachery.
     
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  5. ajohn

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    This end signed up to it.

    :ROFLMAO: Get this potatoes are chilled. That just cropped up in relationship to nuggets.
     
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    That's right, read the protocol John, the 'other' side are doing a dirty.
     
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    Yeah.

    Microsoft Word - Northern Ireland Protocol - Command Paper.docx (publishing.service.gov.uk)

    6. In The UK’s approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol, the UK Government set out the essential commitments that needed to be respected in all scenarios: a. Northern Ireland businesses must have unfettered access to the rest of the UK market. b. Trade from Great Britain to Northern Ireland which remained in the UK customs territory should not be subject to tariffs; and Northern Ireland must benefit from the Free Trade Agreements we strike with third countries - protecting Northern Ireland’s place in the UK customs territory. c. The additional processes on goods arriving in Northern Ireland must take account of all flexibilities and discretion - ensuring a smooth flow of trade with no need for new physical customs infrastructure
     
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  8. Notch7

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    typical childish blame game from a brexer.

    when will you grow up and accept its your fault?

    brexiteers are treacherous traitors to the United Kingdom.
     
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    Utterly hilarious stupidity -youve quoted from a .gov site as though its not lying :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    What is stupid about it?
     
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    This Protocol is in danger of causing the crisis it was created to prevent.
     
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    Read the full document then, it's all there.

    Revised_Protocol_to_the_Withdrawal_Agreement.pdf (publishing.service.gov.uk)

    Article 6 Protection of the UK internal market 1. Nothing in this Protocol shall prevent the United Kingdom from ensuring unfettered market access for goods moving from Northern Ireland to other parts of the United Kingdom's internal market. Provisions of Union law made applicable by this Protocol which prohibit or restrict the exportation of goods shall only be applied to trade between Northern Ireland and other parts of the United Kingdom to the extent strictly required by any international obligations of the Union. The United Kingdom shall ensure full protection under international requirements and commitments that are relevant to the prohibitions and restrictions on the exportation of goods from the Union to third countries as set out in Union law. 2. Having regard to Northern Ireland's integral place in the United Kingdom's internal market, the Union and the United Kingdom shall use their best endeavours to facilitate the trade between Northern Ireland and other parts of the United Kingdom, in accordance with applicable legislation and taking into account their respective regulatory regimes as well as the implementation thereof. The Joint Committee shall keep the application of this paragraph under constant review and shall adopt appropriate recommendations with a view to avoiding controls at the ports and airports of Northern Ireland to the extent possible. 3. Nothing in this Protocol shall prevent a product originating from Northern Ireland from being presented as originating from the United Kingdom when placed on the market in Great Britain. 4. Nothing in this Protocol shall affect the law of the United Kingdom regulating the placing on the market in other parts of the United Kingdom of goods from Northern Ireland that comply with or benefit from technical regulations, assessments, registrations, certificates, approvals or authorisations governed by provisions of Union law referred to in Annex 2 to this Protocol.
     
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    What a cop out. The actual agreement it refers to included the infamous border in the sea complete with customs checks. Remember the fantastic IT that was going to appear. Even if that is available there is still a problem with mixed goods exports as every one of them needs a separate piece of paper.

    Another part of the same paper

    Broader issues
    64.The agreement in principle reached by the Co-Chairs delivers significant measures to support Great Britain to Northern Ireland trade. However, we recognise that they do not deal comprehensively with each and every instance of a new procedure that the Protocol may create. A number of smaller, sectoral issues in practice spanned both the discussions on the UK’s potential Free Trade Agreement with the EU, and those on implementing the Protocol. We are clear that continued and intense work will be required across all such issues, respecting the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreemen

    All bullshot for cretins that doesn't settle anything at all. Just like the rest of the mire it's created.
     
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    Yes and no, my moneys on a hard border between ROI and Europe, which was a fallback anyway in the event of a hard brexit.
     
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    Nothing in this Protocol shall prevent the United Kingdom from ensuring unfettered market access for goods moving from Northern Ireland to other parts of the United Kingdom's internal market.(y)
     
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    I have thought right from the word go even before it was discussed at all that the ERG see that sort of thing a solution maybe even a united Ireland.
     
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