Northern Ireland could stay in customs union after Brexit – Verhofstadt

  • [26-11] #Brexit #NorthernIrelandTo stay in the Single Market or Customs Union fr would solve problems.Northern Ireland…
  • [25-11] #Brexit: Downing Street back away from saying Northern Ireland's customs union membership was up…
  • [05-12] David Davis vows Northern Ireland will not be 'left behind' in EU single market or customs union with softer Brexit…
  • [21-11] Just 12% of MPs Vote to Stay In Customs Union.Staying in the EU Customs Union is not #Brexit.It’s good to see an ove
  • [15-08] UK Government #Brexit #customs proposals published today - section on Ireland -Northern Ireland land #border:
  • [30-11] #Newsnight If Northern Ireland remains is some kind of Customs Union, then it means Scotland and Wales should also rema
  • [16-08] This move might ease the situation in the Northern Ireland. At least for now. #Brexit #Customs #Immigration
  • [20-08] UK's #Brexit position papers on customs and Northern Ireland "were widely welcomed, even though they are aspirational and lac
  • [15-08] Government will propose "a temporary customs union" b/t UK & EU later this morn to avoid cliff edge once UK leaves EU Customs Union #Brexit
  • [15-08] OR... we could just stay in the one we're already in! - #Brexit: UK suggests 'temporary customs union' with EU
  • [05-08] "Ireland floats special EU-UK customs union as way to break #Brexit logjam" -
  • [09-12] We're going to de facto have a soft Brexit on single market and customs union , thank to #Ireland and #DUP.How does…
  • [14-08] #Brexit papers: Customs arrangements on Tues, Northern Ireland on Weds from @DExEUgov (is what I hear)
  • [15-08] What the customs union is and why it matters if we stay in it for a short while after Brexit - WalesOnline
  • [16-08] Only way to avoid this disruption is for UK to stay in the customs union after #Brexit, says @HywelPlaidCymru
  • [02-12] Would be nice if the UK could stay in the single market and the customs union, but I'm not hopeful #brexit
  • [15-08] #UK wants temporary #EU customs union. Why not just stay in EU? There's no #Brexit benefit as UK firms don't export
  • [10-11] Brexit: EU says North must stay in customs union to avoid hard Border
  • [24-08] Sanity demands we stay in customs union #Brexit #Farming #Agriculture
  • [13-08] 'No answers!' Labour lord calls for UK to REMAIN in customs union in Ireland swipe at PM #Brexit
  • [16-08] U.K leave the trade agreement and customs union then just ship all our goods to #Ireland and transfer everything to a borderless N.I #brexit
  • [05-08] '#Brexit could DAMAGE jobs and livelihoods' Irish PM pleads for UK to stay in customs union
  • [14-08] EU agriculture chief calls on UK to stay in customs union via @FT #Brexit #Farming #StopBrexitNow
  • [15-08] When is a Customs Union not a Customs Union? Answer: when it's temporary. #Brexit lunacy.
  • [17-08] The new customs union that is not a customs union, carefully shredded by @IanDunt #brexit #EU
  • [15-08] How can UK leave a customs union (with the #EU) and then join a customs union with the EU? #Brexit #ElonEcon111
  • [16-08] Does the govt not see that a borderless zone between Ireland and UK undermines customs union and single market? Ridiculously naive. #Brexit
  • [02-11] British firms 'could use Northern Ireland to stay in EU after Brexit' #Brexit #UKMfg #UKIP
  • [23-09] British Prime Minister Theresa May: UK will not stay in single market or customs union after Brexit #florencespeech
  • [08-10] #peston poll: only c 30% #Tories MPs want to stay in Single Market + Customs Union. They can't be party of business let alone many #brexit
  • [05-12] David Davis vows Northern Ireland will not be 'left behind' in EU single market or customs union with softer Brexit…
  • [09-12] We're going to de facto have a soft Brexit on single market and customs union , thank to #Ireland and #DUP.How does…
Northern Ireland could stay in customs union after Brexit – Verhofstadt
Northern Ireland? Do you know how many 'Brits' in Northern Ireland have applied for Irish passports since the Brexit referendum? It has risen by 70%. It might be that not only Scotland votes to leave the Union if/when Brexit goes through. No need for the Republic to invade, the Northerners might make up their own minds. After all, they don't get a mention in the Olympics. It's 'Team GB'.
My gut senses tell me that another Scottish referendum could return a result to stay with the UK. I'd personally vote to leave, but I'm not sure that enough of my fellow Scots feel a strong enough desire to cut out Westminster. In my mind, it isn't a desire to be rid of England and the English. That is an absurd stance. I just don't like how the union works (or rather doesn't work). Brexit is a disaster that could damage the whole UK. There will always be a kind of union between Scotland and England, even with independence for Scotland. There is too much shared history and blood, to say, we will not talk and cooperate. It would just be a different kind of relationship. And lets not forget Wales and Northern Ireland are partners in this union too.
Not all EU countries are in the Union. The Union has 28 member countries only. Without any offense please, while living in Dubai is an excuse for you not knowing anything, why do you ask others living in the UAE and Pakistan? I could answer your questions, but to be honest, that would be way to much to write. Offer: you google European Union, advantages/disadvantages/Brexit and if there is something you don't understand, come back and ask a specific question. Regarding restrictions, one can assume at the moment only. It will take around 2 years to come to agreements. Another question is, if there will be found an agreement that Scotland and Ireland stay members. Nobody knows yet. I personally can't see any pros regarding the Brexit. Just a lot of disadvantages, which will not only have a negative effect economically, but also politically.
The Brits recenly have gotten angry about their own people, because they wanted the United Kindom (of Wales, England, Scotland, and NORTHERN Ireland) to leave the EU. No British politician wanted it, but a public vote is a public vote, and if they want to halfways keep their face, they must start the "Brexit" prcess; the European Union has been lenient on them long enough. What is not solved, however, is the "Irish question". In my opinion, it would be fair to ask the people in Ulster whether they want to join the EU and thus, the Republic of Ireland, or stay with Britain.
Well Scotland is good for England because they have oil in the North Sea. If Scotland left, Scotland could keep all the oil for itself and England wouldn't get any of it. Northern Ireland is of no benefit to England, it is a burden if anything. The English Government sends out a 10b Pound block grant out to Northern Ireland every year just to keep the country going and Northern Ireland doesn't put anything back into the economy. England would be much better off if Northern Ireland left the union. England and Scotland however, are better together.
No, Brexit will be the guinea pig for telling if a country will succeed or collapse after leaving. As an N.Ireland citizen, the negatives far outweigh the positives of Brexit. Most of our agriculture industry relies heavily on the EU for funding and distribution. Northern Ireland's border with Ireland is going to cause havoc with the peace process if there's a return to the hard border. N.I science and engineering will likely see funding cuts as that comes from EU as well. Brexit was not a democratic decision. England has the largest population by far. It was not a UK decision, if it were then the individual countries would have been able to make their own decision. May have meant the end of the UK but that would have been proper democracy.
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Implications in crossing the Ireland/Northern Ireland land border for an American My fiancee is a us citizen, she recently arrived at dublin airport where her passport was stamped with a 90 day visa. However her final destination is Northern Ireland (where i live) she needs a Uk border stamp. As she hasn't gotten the stamp is she here illegally? She will be staying with me for around 5 months which is more than the 90 days she was given in Ireland. So when we depart from Dublin to go back to America, they will think she has been staying in ireland illegally. Is there anyway around this problem?
Travelling to Northern Ireland from Republic of Ireland I am a non EU National and currently residing in Ireland. I intend to travel to Northern Ireland (i.e. Belfast) by road and also possess a UK Standard Visitor Visa. Is there any Immigration Control where I have to stop and get my Passport Stamp if I travel by road?
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Can I go to the UK and marry my boyfriend that is a citizen of Northern Ireland and can I file to stay and live there by only using a passport? If you really love him.A lot depends on your own nationality. Marrying a UK citizen doesn't automatically give you the right to live and work in the UK. You should check with the British Embassy in your own country.
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