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    Default " Mrs Foster : "deal with the fatal flaws in the Withdrawal Agreement"

    Mrs Foster rejected the Secretary of State's claims, saying: "This letter fails to deal with the fatal flaws in the Withdrawal Agreement.

    "Indeed, it doesn't even address the flaws raised by the Attorney General.

    "Rather than writing letters or sending a roadshow to NI for 90 minutes, I would prefer the PM would go to Brussels and stand up to the EU and seek fundamental changes to the Withdrawal Agreement," Mrs Foster said.

    "This deal breaches key commitments made to us, by the Prime Minister, about protecting the economic and constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom.

    "The Chancellor says the backstop is bad for the economy and Union.

    "The PM doesn't like it and the Attorney General has warned Cabinet that it's a trap.

    "Unionists in Northern Ireland and throughout the UK are united against this dangerous deal.

    "This letter won't fool anyone who has read the Withdrawal Treaty."

    PMs deal is fatally flawed and has to be renegotiated, insists DUP leader - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

    renegotiating Brexit deal is 'a delusion"

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    great OP.
    Copy and paste at its finest.
    “I think we have to remember that in the vast majority of cases, the police and security forces acted with integrity, courage and professionalism." Theresa Villiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by death or glory View Post
    great OP.
    Copy and paste at its finest.
    What's that you say - de-facto border between Ireland as a whole and Britain in the Irish Sea???

    Hahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by death or glory View Post
    great OP.
    Copy and paste at its finest.
    I posted the DUP position and examples of how the British Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of commons totally disagrees with them. I also provided evidence of the EU clearly stating that they are not going to offer any more talks.

    FYI


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    Quote Originally Posted by McSlaggart View Post
    I posted the DUP position and examples of how the British Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of commons totally disagrees with them. I also provided evidence of the EU clearly stating that they are not going to offer any more talks.

    FYI



    Wasting your time talking sir, the British are publicly talking of a Norway plus deal.........something the Norwegian government ruled out only yesterday.......I sh1t you not and am quite serious.

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    AF could not organize a P***up is a brewery and can't get 6 independent fiefdoms in Norn Iron to co-operate on a Micky Mouse legislature assembly of Fear and Loathing , so I don't see how she should expect an incompetent bunch of rich self-serving b**** in WM to be able to improve her lot and govern the "ungovernable".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talk Back View Post
    What's that you say - de-facto border between Ireland as a whole and Britain in the Irish Sea???

    Hahahahaha
    LOL.
    Watch it, he'll be calling you homophobic for pointing out that he's loyal to a queen......
    Flushing Out The PS/CS Trolls and long term Doleboys...two sets of leeches on our society.

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    Tessie should simply tell Snarlene to fook right off!

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    Looks like Simon Coveny foreign minister is starting to realise that a no deal Brexit is quite likely and they will have to enforce a hard border.
    Up in Belfast today to get the reality.
    I foresee an Eire back down as imminent.
    “I think we have to remember that in the vast majority of cases, the police and security forces acted with integrity, courage and professionalism." Theresa Villiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by death or glory View Post
    Looks like Simon Coveny foreign minister is starting to realise that a no deal Brexit is quite likely and they will have to enforce a hard border.
    Up in Belfast today to get the reality.
    I foresee an Eire back down as imminent.
    No need to. The British are getting their shíts kicked in in all of this. By themselves.
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