The Government is facing a race against the Brexit “doomsday” clock, including the need to employ 1,000 extra full-time customs and veterinary inspectors as part of contingency plans.
And in today’s FM4 news: http://fm4.orf.at/player/20180719/MO/090015000
The European Union is telling governments and companies to prepare for the scenario of Britain leaving the bloc without an agreement in place. Brexit talks are stalled, and PM Theresa May’s divorce plan has been facing tough oppositions on all sides. Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar has said his government is making contingency plans …
I happily support this with my taxes. Ireland got into this situation due to no fault of their own!
Heatmap of the some of the places in the world people traveled from to come #hometovote … if this doesn’t set you off you’re broken and in need of urgent repair. Irish people are a class bunch #legends #TogetherForYes #repealthe8th pic.twitter.com/78j3lzeRaA
— Drew Murphy (@drewtmurphy) May 24, 2018
Irish people in favour of the EU goes over 90% for the first time
A majority of 92% of Irish people think the country should remain in the European Union.
And in the 18-24 age group it is a staggering 97% !!!
Trump seems to be under the impression that he’s popular here in Ireland. This is in a Dublin pub toilet. pic.twitter.com/nNqp04LXYD
— Damien Owens (@OwensDamien) March 17, 2018
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Ireland!
“Niemand hat die Absicht, eine Mauer zu errichten!”
– Walter Ulbricht, 15. Juni 1961
“There will be no physical infrastructure at the Irish border after Brexit”
– Theresa May, 22. September 2017
I wonder how history will remember them?
The Good Friday or Belfast Agreement was signed into effect in 1999.
The graph below shows the amount of people killed in the UK by terrorism per year. Notice something after 1998?
Some of you might be old enough to remember that there were no litter bins on any London stations, or in fact throughout most of the city.
In comparison to the IRA, the 7 July 2005 London bombings that shocked so many, would have been a quiet year! At least when compared to the average people killed in the 70s and 80s.
I am honestly lost for words by the ignorance of Daniel Hannan!