You've just confirmed Ireland will suffer losses. That means we are
currently supporting them.
I don't pay my taxes to support the Irish- or other foreigners- I want
my taxes spent in the UK, to further the interests/benefit UK citizens.
I'm happy to help in times of emergency etc, just not keep funding
countries that should be able to look after themselves.
Always smile when walking, you never know where there is a camera ;-)
I think you will find that you are wrong. There are already plans
afoot to improve Irelands ports, notably Cork and this will include
more upgrades in the roads.
The road system is the main obstacle to Irelands manufacturing
High value low mass items are produced in Ireland currently, things
that can be transported easily by air. Ireland is a major pathway to
Europe for the American pharmaceutical companies and things can only
get better after Britain leaves the EU.
Europe looks after it's own!
NI would never survive as an independent country
it is too small an entity to cope with the problems of sectarian divide
What it needs is the Baarle-Hertog solution. Each house or street that
contains a prottie is part of the UK and each house or street that contains
catholics becomes part of RoI.
It is rather more that at some point in History when England and Wales
had ginbe pretestanbtm, te Irish had not until some fairly draconian
measures associated with William of Orange, a Dutchman brought in to
replace the end of the Catholic Stewart line.
Politics and conquest.
That happened to be assocaited with religion.
No, based on their descent from different sections of society, just as
teh likes of Our Dave 's resentments stem from the Norman Conquest when
toffs spoke french and owned everything and anglo saxons got fucked over.
In todays liberal progressive conflict-free education system, everyone
gets full Marx.
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