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    Good news to see this major project has been given the go ahead, how long before republicans try to blow it up in the name of Irish unity?

    The European Union has said it will give 17.4m euros to fund a new bridge to be built at Narrow Water between County Louth and County Down.

    The single lane cable bridge will be 660 metres long and could be open by 2015.
    BBC News - Narrow Water bridge project gets 17.4m euros from EU
    Don't tread on me.

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    Never we get to Rostrevor in half the time. Lovely Kilbroney

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    Quote Originally Posted by centauro View Post
    Good news to see this major project has been given the go ahead, how long before republicans try to blow it up in the name of Irish unity?



    BBC News - Narrow Water bridge project gets 17.4m euros from EU
    Yawn. More stupidity from the pretend socialist.

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    Louth CoCo has been the lead advocate of this project. As usual the bankrupt northern statelet has to be pushed into doing anything of note or value. As for names I propose calling it the 'South Armagh Brigade Memorial Bridge'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    'South Armagh Brigade Memorial Bridge'.
    Complete and utter trolling.

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    Is that the same place I believe the Brits were told they were not welcome in Ireland, ok, you guys may be talking about somewhere different, so many same names across the planet, excuse me if I am mistaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Portadown madman View Post
    Complete and utter trolling.
    As opposed to this gem:

    how long before republicans try to blow it up in the name of Irish unity??

    Hmmm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    As opposed to this gem:

    how long before republicans try to blow it up in the name of Irish unity??

    Hmmm?
    Blowing up cross border links has been stock in trade for various IRA factions over the years, do you not know that ren? Of course you do.

    http://www.politics.ie/forum/norther...rday-12th.html
    Don't tread on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centauro View Post
    Blowing up cross border links has been stock in trade for various IRA factions over the years, do you not know that ren? Of course you do.
    Trolling your own thread? Classy. Keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centauro View Post
    Blowing up cross border links has been stock in trade for various IRA factions over the years, do you not know that ren? Of course you do.

    http://www.politics.ie/forum/norther...rday-12th.html

    Ballyshannon power station in Donegal ring any bells with you hammerhead?

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