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    WTTR WTTR is offline
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    EU politicians as a block, nolonger primarily represent the voters; they have written themselves out of the script, a long time ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by statsman View Post
    Nobody is in charge, and it's impossible to see how anyone could be.
    The market is:

    Who has the money?

    Billions to be made!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLou View Post
    There you are.....Nigel is worried about us.!
    Nigel and his looper DUPers blew the biggest opportunity for NI to thrive that they and NI will ever get...

    It was sad to see on Monday but that's what they did... blew it big time... and ALL of the people of NI should be aware of this and will be as time moves on...

    If Nigel and his looper DUPers persist in their increasingly hostile BS towards Dublin it is probably a sure sign that they know they blew it and they are now trying to avoid a total cliff edge for which they will be largely responsible...

    It's criminal really... the opportunity they failed to take...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTTR View Post
    The market is:

    Who has the money?

    Billions to be made!
    Even the markets haven't a clue what's happening with Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall996 View Post
    What's his obsession with Dublin. The British don't want a hard border, NI doesn't want a hard border. It's their problem, their dilemma. Ireland isn't demanding anything they don't want themselves. Why even mention Leo and the Irish economy?
    The DUP want a border.

    They dislike the current "invisible" border. Foster admitted yesterday that people need to be reminded that there is a border.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogsback View Post
    Translation:
    "We in the DUP can do whatever we feel like, as there will be zero consequences to us.
    Our annual cheque from Westminster will be sent no matter what. Always has, always will.
    Given that is the case we will take this opportunity to be as loud and annoying as possible while we have everyone's attention"

    The irony of Dodds preaching about an economy....

    He really is some piece of work sir, a real slimeball.
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    Stephen Kinsella, in the Sunday Business Post, claims that regulatory alignment for the North would amount to an economic stimulus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by robut View Post

    No flags allowed
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    Faisal Islam (SkyNews Political Editor) lists the "state of play" this p.m:
    Brexit developments so far on day meant to see “sufficient progress”
    1. Davis says no impact assessments exist
    2. Brexit committee ponders contempt
    3. No deal with DUP on regulatory alignment
    4. Varadkar says prefer phase 1 talks to go to 2018 than soften language
    5. EU officials say Juncker wants to stop UK Government collapse
    6. Tory leadership favourite say red lines turning pink
    7. Chancellor says Cabinet has not yet agreed end state Brexit
    8. EU asking for 15 year ECJ role for citizens rights in UK
    Memo on #5 there:
    Thou shalt not kill, but need not strive
    Officiously to keep alive.
    [Source: Arthur Hugh Clough]
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    Quote Originally Posted by LookWhoItIs View Post
    No flags allowed
    Well the last time someone flew a Europe Flag, someone called the cops claiming it was an ISIS flag...

    https://www.indy100.com/article/poli...ag--eJJ9nbfLBg

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