I think it will run for quite a while.
My guess is it is being offered to assuage the negative sentiment that
occurs when NI finds it is no longer as much a part of the union as it
thought it was.
The project can only safely be dropped after Irish reunification.
On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 14:28:37 +0000, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
Well given that it's never going to happen, it's pretty irrelevant where
It's real purpose is to give the MSM something to print/talk about and
fill the ether with, therefore removing the oxygen of publicity that
Brexit naysayers might be able to use.
Same as the puff piece a couple of days ago announcing a the sale of
10,000 cabbages to Malaysia as proof Britain is booming. I believe the
official tweet was deleted PDQ when the carbon footprint per cabbage got
On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 14:28:37 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Yebbut the Protestants in Ulster are mostly of Scottish descent, as a
result of the 'clearances' of the highlands in the 17- and 1800's.
They have Orange Order marches in Glasgow as well as in Ulster. I
would have though a link between Ulster and Scotland would be very
We have relatives there. Some of whom are quite elderly and we have no
idea how much longer they'll be around. A road link would allow us to
visit them more often and not need us to fly at all, even for sudden
visits (such as funerals, where the notice can be short - less than 18
hours in one case - as they don't hang around). Are visits to elderly
relatives to be limited?
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