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Why Would No Deal Mean A "very Hard Border" In Ireland?

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ToraToraTora | 11:48 Mon 11th Feb 2019 | News
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https://news.sky.com/story/tony-blair-answers-the-questions-others-try-to-avoid-11633318
St Tony exclaims but does not explain why. Surely if neither NI, ROI or UK want it then it won't happen. Is Junkett and co going to send a team of Brickies to the ROI or something?

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I'm no fan of Blair, but I think being fair he does know at least *something* about Ireland...
Kromo - // I'm no fan of Blair, but I think being fair he does know at least *something* about Ireland... //

I know 'something' about glasses - been wearing them for fifty-three years - doesn't make me an optician!!
Yes, Tora, I read your headline but your subtext ‘Surely if neither NI, ROI or UK want it then it won't happen’ seemed to be at odds with your previous proclamations that you seemed to be confused. What happened between your ‘if they want it they’ll build it’ type comment and your headline?

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