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Old 24.08.2019, 20:22
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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No border plan = no border i.e. current situation stays in place, via no deal. Border stays open. It will be up to the EU if they want to force Ireland to close it from that side for customs purposes really. I can't see that happening on 1st November to be honest.
This bit of nonsense has being going on for too long now an objection at the WTO is what will require a border.

Or has UK no intention of doing any trade deals then, just accept tariff free imports from all over the world, is that the plan? Who do you think will lodge the first MFN claim then against the UK? Russia, Argentina someone else?

The surveys have been carried out, the CPO have been issues and the army corp of engineers will have three months according to the WTO rules, the rules BREXITEERS so much want to adapt.
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