Theresa May 'to insist on Northern Ireland border checks post-Brexit' in move likely to anger the Republic
New 'position paper' is expected to stick to Britain's current plan to use smart technology and spot checks – which Dublin opposes
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- [13-08] Theresa May 'to insist on Northern Ireland border checks post-Brexit' via @MSNNews
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- Theresa May will put herself on a collision course with Dublin this week by insisting on a post-Brexit trading border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.A crucial “position paper” is expected to stick to Britain’s current plan to use smart technology and spot checks to police the flow of goods between the two countries after 2019.The stance will anger the Irish Government, which fears the impact on the peace process in the North and has pushed for the Irish Sea to become the post-Brexit border with the UK instead. I assume May wants to turn Northern Ireland back into a British army traqining ground.
- The UK wants an invisible border with Ireland after Brexit – here’s how it might workWhy all the panic about the border? If you drove to the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland tomorrow, you might have some trouble in finding it. The 310-mile crossing is marked only by discreet road signs, while there are no customs checks and certainly no passport inspections. But Britain’s decision to quit the European Union has sparked panic in some circles that the…View On WordPress
- Brexit position papers to be released this week risk fuelling tension between the British and Irish governments.Ireland’s Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, had urged Theresa May to remain in the customs union to avoid border checks.But cabinet ministers Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have clearly indicated the UK’s intention to ignore that plea.The British Government believes a “light touch border”, using some checks and new technology, will solve the problem.In fields which straddle the Irish border, they risk having some animals in the EU and others outside it. Image:Can you spot it? There’s no obvious sign of the Irish border along most of its lengthFermanagh farmer John Sheridan says Theresa May’s proposals amount to “a hard border by stealth”.“We have got rid of that for the last 20 years so to bring that back, you’re just putting a sledgehammer in the centre of a community,” he argued.People travel freely between Belcoo in Northern Ireland and Blacklion in the Republic, one of multiple crossing points.Women living on either side have placed cushions on the bridge, literally “softening the border” in protest at any plans for customs posts here. Image:This border point has been made particularly soft by the addition of cushionsVisual artist Rita Duffy explained: “It cannot be secured, tightened or, as Donald Trump would suggest, walls built.“When you’re standing in the beautiful landscape, wild and free, and then you think hard border? It simply can’t be allowed to happen.”Border checks are not optional for a country outside the customs union. They are required under EU law.So authorities will have to find a way to monitor the 310-mile long border and its network of up to 200 invisible crossing points.Owen Patterson MP, a former Northern Ireland secretary, believes the Government’s proposals are workable.“In all the time I’ve been going to Northern Ireland… nobody has ever mentioned this as a problem,” he said.“So I honesty think with modern technology, modern invoicing, this is all easily surmountable.”Source link Brexit tension brewing over Irish border plans was originally published on News London
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- The fixation amongst Brexiteers to take back control of Britain’s borders makes resolving the Irish border issue nearly impossible. The rather clumsily titled Northern Ireland and Ireland position paper has, like the proverbial ‘curate’s egg’ – some good bits and some bad bits.On the positive side the strong commitment to the Good Friday [Belfast] Agreement is welcome.The paper affirms the ongoing support of the UK, Ireland and the EU for the peace process, commits to formally recognising the citizen’s rights set out in the Agreement into the future and, agrees to a continuation of the peace funding in Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic. Quite frankly the EU should do to the UK what the UK did to Ireland, ie keep the bit, or bits in this case, that voted to stay. Northern Ireland along with Scotland voted to stay in the EU
- Can ‘Invisible Borders’ be trusted? Or will it become a dastardly 'smugglers’ paradise’? Britain seeks Brexit without borders for Northern IrelandBritain has said there should be no border posts or immigration checks between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit, in a paper that attempts to resolve one of the most complex aspects of its departure from the European Union.
- Brexit: No customs posts on the Irish border ( function() if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) window.CHITIKA = 'units' :  ; ; var unit = 'publisher' : 'onlinepara', 'width' : 550, 'height' : 250, 'sid' : "wordpress-plugin above", 'color_site_link' : '0000CC', 'color_title' : '0000CC', 'color_text' : '000000', 'color_bg' : 'ffffff', 'font_title' : '', 'font_text' : '', 'impsrc' : 'wordpress', 'calltype' : 'async' ; var placement_id = window.CHITIKA.units.length; window.CHITIKA.units.push(unit); var x = ""+"v>"; document.write(x);());Britain has said there is to be no physical infrastructure such as customs posts or immigration checks on the Irish border after Brexit.The complex issue, is one of the three key negotiating points before Britain can negotiate trade agreements with the EU.British Prime Minister, Theresa May reiterated her hope that goods and people could continue to cross what will be the UK’s only land border with Europe, uninhibited. She said:“As we look forward to Brexit, of course we do want to ensure that we don’t see a return to the borders of the past, we don’t see a return to a hard border and that we’re able to ensure that the crucial flow of goods and people between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is able to continue in the future.”The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, gave a luke warm welcome to the UKs position paper saying it lacked details. Conveney told the press:“The vast majority of those principles I think reflect the kind of language that we have been using as the Irish government and so therefore is welcome. Of course what we don`t have is the detail to how its going to work and so we will now be consulting in some detail with the Michel Barnier EU taskforce in terms of how we approach the negotiations that begin on the 28th which is the next round of negotiation between the EU and the UK”The border is a thorny issue as it is tangled up in Northern Ireland’s peace agreement known as the Good Friday Agreement, which has been a template for conflict resolution all over the world. Some 30,000 people cross the 500km border unhindered everyday. There are growing fears that any semblance of a “hard border’ (meaning even customs or immigration checkpoints) would have devastating implications for trade on both sides of the border and could even reignite the bitter conflict which raged on the island for 30 years.Britain hopes to exempt small traders and farmers from customs regulations and create “regulatory equivalence” with the EU to avoid inspections for goods crossing the border. Fears remain that this could create a “backdoor” into the EU.
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Theresa May 'to insist on Northern Ireland border checks post-Brexit' in move likely to anger the Republic
New 'position paper' is expected to stick to Britain's current plan to use smart technology and spot checks – which Dublin opposes
Moving within the EU.?
At the moment you can move to either of the countries in Ireland........ once Brexit happens you can still move to the Republic of Ireland, it will depend on what is negotiated if you will still be able to move to Northern Ireland or not.
Not such a bright idea though the ROI has few jobs and is very expensive to live in
Is the Irish PM's resignation a good or bad thing for Brexit?
It's the deputy PM who has resigned. The PM will still be insisting that Brexit should not result in the reintroduction of a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland.
Is there British military bases in Northern ireland?
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'.
What's between Britain and Ireland?
We have a LONG, shared history, with ups and downs..THE UK, which INCLUDES Northern Ireland (hence a LAND BORDER with The Republic of Ireland).. has GOOD friendly relations with The Republic of Ireland, and V V....Many British have part Irish ancestry....
Could Brexit inspire other countries to leave the EU union?
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.
If Scotland became independent, would people from England and Wales still be allowed to live and work there?
Well, I live in the Republic of Ireland, and the people in the border counties of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are allowed to come and go as they please. So I say that something similar will result if Scotland became independent. As an Irish (non-militant) Republican, I would support the Scottish independent movement, and I hope that THIS TIME that England will realise that If a dominion of the United Kingdom wanted independence, it should have it.
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Is there a clear statement from the DUP on their position on the post-Brexit border with Ireland?
Immigration check between Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland and Great Britain
Do immigration checks exist between Northern Ireland and England/Scotland? (not just for flights but also ferry/bus/train)Do immigration checks exist between the Republic of Ireland and England/Scotland?
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?
Are there normally passport checks when entering Great Britain from Northern Ireland?
When I arrived by ferry from Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK) to Birkenhead (Merseyside, England, UK), police were checking all (foot) passengers for their passports (perhaps car passengers too — I couldn't see). When asked, I was told this was because of the seamless border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. There were no such checks when we travelled in the opposite direction.I found those checks surprising, as this is a domestic ferry and even on ferries between the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain there should be no passport checks.Is it normal that there are passport checks when travelling from Northern Ireland to Great Britain?
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What is the border of northern Ireland and the republic of Ireland made of?
It is not made of anything for the most part. At one time there would have been a lot of checkpoints, though there are very few now. So apart from where you might cross a bridge over something like a river, as you drive along the road and cross the border there is nothing there at that point to indicate that you have crossed it. After you've crossed it you will notice things like the road signs being in a different style and they are often the first indications that you have crossed the border.
Which country includes England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland?
No Country consists of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is an independent country. What you may be looking for is the "United Kingdom" which is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are on the island of Ireland. England, Scotland, Wales are on the island of Great Britain. The British Isles is the geographical name sometimes given for the two islands collectively.
How can Caitriona Ruane be Education Minister of Northern Ireland when she lives in the Republic of Ireland?
Caitriona Ruane lives in Northern Ireland. She was born in the Republic of Ireland. It is not unusual for people from the different parts of Ireland to be members of each others parliament and Government but they have to live in the part that they represent.
Which Revolutionary organization attempted to reunify Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland?
The main group which has attempted to reunify Ireland by force since 1969 is the Provisional Irish Republican Army. However they are often referred to simply as the Irish Republican Army or the IRA.
Since the creation of the state of Northern Ireland the following groups have also attempted to use force in order to reunify Ireland:
Irish National Liberation Army (INLA)
All forms of the IRA use the Irish Óglaigh na hÉireann as their official name.
Is the UK a country if so then what are Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland and England considered?
They are all countries. The United Kingdom collectively consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is not part of the United Kingdom.
Does the Republic of Ireland form part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?
No. The Republic of Ireland is independent. The United Kingdom is
Great Britain and Northern Ireland, but does include the Republic
Which of the following countries is not part of the United Kingdom Scotland Northern Ireland Wales or Republic of Ireland?
Republic of Ireland (the official name of the country is Éire
according to its constitution, which in English is Ireland.)
What area is not part of Great Britain wales or scotland or northern Ireland or the republic of Ireland?
Neither Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland are part of Great Britain. It is an island consisting of Wales, Scotland and England. Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are both on the island of Ireland. Northern Ireland is regarded as part of the United Kingdom, but it is on a separate island to England, Scotland and Wales.
What happened to the six counties of Northern Ireland when the Republic of Ireland was formed?
They were still controlled by Britain while the rest of Ireland became independent.
Does the Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland accent sound the same to outsiders?
No they do not. There are many accents all around Ireland which are very different. Different parts of the Northern Ireland have very different accents. Different parts of the Republic of Ireland also have very different accents. So no matter where you are in Ireland, accents will sound very different.
What is the reason for the current conflict between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland?
There is no current conflict between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This is a common misconception. The so-called "troubles" were predominantly within Northern Ireland and there is currently relative peace there, as has been the case for many years now.
What is the reason for the current conflict between Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland?
There is no conflict between the north and the republic. Basically Ireland was under british rule and events in the years after the 1916 rising led to The British 'giving back' Ireland, ie creating a republic. Although, 6 counties in Ulster (out of 9) were kept under british rule, and are now Northern Ireland. Within northern Ireland there are nationalists, those who want the north to join the republic, and unionists, those who want to remain under british rule. Therefore the conflict is generally confined within the north..
What happened with the six countries of Northern Ireland when the Republic of Ireland was formed?
Northern Ireland was formed at the same time as what is now known as the Republic of Ireland. Initially it was the Irish Free State. Prior to this, Ireland was a single entity. In 1922 they became separate. The Republic of Ireland didn't officially become a republic until 1948. That had no impact on Northern Ireland, as it was already in existence by then.
Will an xbox 360 bought in northern Ireland work in the republic of Ireland?
It should work fine, we use the same power supply and the games will be pal versions for both countries so i don't see why it wouldn't work. Ive bought games from England before so i know they definatly work.
What happened to the six counties of the Northern Ireland when the Republic of Ireland was formed?
Those 6 counties became Northern Ireland. There was no such place as Northern Ireland up to then. What are now the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland were formed in 1922. The 32 counties of Ireland were split, 6 becoming Northern Ireland and the other 26 becoming what is now the Republic of Ireland.
Are England Wales Scotland The Republic of Ireland a part of the United kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?
England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland form the United
Kingdom. The Republic of Ireland is not in the United Kingdom.
Can you drive in northern Ireland on a republic of Ireland permit?
Someone with a driving license from the Republic of Ireland can drive in Northern Ireland.
Why might the Catholics in Northern Ireland want union with the Republic of Ireland?
The majority of Catholics in Northern Ireland prefer union with the Republic because they are not descendants of British planters but descendants of the original inhabitants (Gaels). The Gaels did assimilate Scandinavians, Cambro-Normans as well as the Old English thus forming a Irish-speaking Catholic ethnic identity.
This is closely related to perceptions among many Irish nationalists that control of the island of Ireland by England/Britain, in various forms since the 1100s, has been detrimental to the freedom and cultural expression of the Irish Catholic majority. For example, the Penal La
- The exchange rate differences between the punt and the pound will have always had an effect on the border area between the Republic and Northern Ireland. Las diferencias de tipos de cambio entre la libra irlandesa y la libra británica siempre han tenido efectos en la zona fronteriza entre la República e Irlanda del Norte.
- In my constituency of Northern Ireland, we benefited from essential improvements on the north-south rail connection from Larne through to the border with the Irish Republic and on to Dublin. En mi circunscripción de Irlanda del Norte nos hemos beneficiado de una mejora fundamental de la conexión ferroviaria norte-sur, desde Larne hasta la frontera con la República de Irlanda y luego a Dublín.
- Dr Marjorie 'Mo' Mowlam received the third World Citizenship Award in recognition of her contribution to building peace in Northern Ireland as the British Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. La Dra. Marjorie 'Mo' Mowlam recibió el tercer Premio a la Ciudadanía Mundial en reconocimiento de su contribución a la paz en Irlanda del Norte en calidad de Secretaria de Estado para Irlanda del Norte.
- Where a four digit code is used: unless otherwise specified, all products prefixed with or covered by these four digits must be submitted to veterinary checks at a border inspection post. Si se utiliza un código de cuatro dígitos: a menos que se especifique lo contrario, todos los productos que vayan precedidos de estos cuatro dígitos o queden incluidos en ellos deben ser sometidos a controles veterinarios en un puesto de inspección fronte
- John Hume's contribution to the peace process in Northern Ireland is without question the basis on which the Good Friday Agreement, which we all hope is going to lead to long and lasting peace in Northern Ireland, was founded. La contribución de John Hume al proceso de paz en Irlanda del Norte es sin duda la base sobre la que descansa el Acuerdo del Viernes Santo, que, según esperamos todos, conducirá a una paz larga y duradera en Irlanda del Norte.
- Furthermore, the UK model is distorting cross-border trade, including trading within the Electricity Regional Initiative of France, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland (FUI) region. Por otro lado, el modelo del Reino Unido distorsiona el comercio transfronterizo, en particular el comercio que entra dentro de la iniciativa regional sobre electricidad en la región de Francia, el Reino Unido y la República de Irlanda.
- On 9 February 1993, around noon, the Albanian border guards practised defence of the "Dobruna" security post and opened fire towards the Yugoslav security post "Goden", Djakovica border unit. A alrededor del mediodía del 9 de febrero de 1993, los guardias fronterizos albanos del puesto de seguridad de Dobruna dispararon en defensa propia contra el puesto de seguridad yugoslavo de Goden de la unidad fronteriza de Djakovica.
- The opening of a "border crossing" at one point of the international border of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, termed tendentiously as a border crossing towards Montenegro, is seen as a key contribution of Croatia to the democratic transformation of t La apertura de un "cruce de frontera" en un punto de la frontera internacional de la República Federativa de Yugoslavia, tendenciosamente calificada de cruce de frontera hacia Montenegro, es considerada una contribución fundamental de Croacia a la transfo
- On 17 April, some 650 policemen, border policemen and soldiers under the command of OC Northern District were deployed in Druse villages in the Golan Heights as the villages marked the Independence Day of the Syrian Arab Republic. El 17 de abril, unos 650 policías fronterizos y soldados bajo las órdenes del comando del Distrito Septentrional fueron desplegados en las aldeas drusas del Golán, debido a que se conmemoraba el Día de la Independencia de Siria.
- Since early 1993 the northern border and the western border north of Debar have been constantly monitored from observation posts and by regular patrols. Desde comienzos de 1993, las fronteras septentrional y occidental al norte de Debar han sido vigiladas constantemente desde puestos de observación y por patrullas periódicas.
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'ireland will not be ignored' on post-brexit border question - ireland will not be ignored' on post-brexit border question Britain will not be allowed to dictate the future of the Irish border post-Brexit, Ireland's foreign minister ...
Ex Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on Britain's Post-Brexit Border With Ireland | Good Morning Britain - Former Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern talks about Britain's post-Brexit border with Ireland.
James Brokenshire, Northern Ireland & Brexit - James Brokenshire, Secretary for Northern Ireland, just the Brexit outtake from his Conservative Party Conference speech, 4th October 2016.
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Special EU Programmes Body: The Special EU Programmes Body is a cross-border body in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland which co-ordinates projects funded by the European Union and implemented in Northern Ireland and adjacent regions: the Border region of the Republic of Ireland, and Western Scotland.
Republic of Ireland–United Kingdom border: The Republic of Ireland–United Kingdom border is the boundary between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom.
The border runs for a total of 499 km from Lough Foyle in the north of Ireland to Carlingford Lough in the northeast, separating the Republic from Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland border poll, 1973: The Northern Ireland border poll was a referendum held in Northern Ireland on 8 March 1973 on whether Northern Ireland should remain part of the United Kingdom or join with the Republic of Ireland to form a united Ireland.
Still Motion: Still Motion is the first studio album by American hip hop artist Natti, a member of the hip hop group CunninLynguists. It was released September 24, 2013 on APOS Music.
Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom in the north-east of the island of Ireland, variously described as a country, province or region. Northern Ireland shares a border to the south and west with the Republic of Ireland.
Dirty Acres: Dirty Acres is the fourth studio album by American hip hop group CunninLynguists. It was released November 27, 2007 on APOS Music and Bad Taste Records.
Lough Derg: Lough Derg or Loch Derg is a lake in County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. It is near the border with Northern Ireland and lies about 7 kilometres north of the border village of Pettigo.
Muff, County Donegal: Muff is a village in County Donegal, Ireland. It is near the mouth of the River Foyle and sits at the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The village of Culmore and the city of Derry are to the south.
Bridgend, County Donegal: Bridgend or Bridge End is a village in County Donegal, Ireland, located on the Inishowen peninsula. It is located on the road to Letterkenny, on the western outskirts of Derry and at the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Lifford Bridge: Lifford Bridge is a cross-border bridge on the A38 connecting with the N15, spanning the River Foyle which marks the border between Strabane in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and Lifford in County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
Since Alvaro Morata's summer move to Chelsea he's experienced his fair share of criticism ...: Since Alvaro Morata's summer move to Chelsea he's experienced his fair share of criticism for his inconsistency, but is it warranted?
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino insists he's happy that Danny Rose said he was 'fuming...: Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino insists he's happy that Danny Rose said he was 'fuming' at being dropped for the north London derby. LONDON -- Mauricio Pochettino has claimed there are "not many centre-backs in the world" who could
So there we go. An open border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and protection ...: So there we go. An open border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and protection of EU citizen's rights in the UK.The statement reads "the UK will maintain full alignment with those rules of the Internal Market and the Customs Union which, now or in the future, support North-South cooperation, the all island economy and the protection of the 1998 Agreement."I take that to infer that the border is then in the Irish Sea.