Brexit: the Remoanians are Wrong to Want Parliament to Vote

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If you want to find out why the Remoanians are wrong in their demands for Parliament to vote on invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, please stay tuned (video).

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Lester Taylor
Lester Taylor
Lester 'Jeff' Taylor is ex-military, a member of UKIP and a Shaftesbury Town Councillor.

1 Comment on "Brexit: the Remoanians are Wrong to Want Parliament to Vote"

  1. Liam Travis | July 2, 2018 at 11:46 pm |

    Hello young Jeff I catch you on Youtube sometimes, this is just a thought on the IRISH BORDER. if another ferry rout was set up from Belfast to Holly head all north south Irish goods in transit could be carried out by sea. This will add some cost because of the double sea crossing but could be jointly subsidized, no heavy goods vehicles crossing the border by road leaving the land border open to non commercial traffic.

    By the time everything is done and dusted the Irish republic may have left the EU and or the EU may have dissolved. There will be a hard border but in UK and Irish ports not in the emerald Isle land border. Good Friday agreement intact.

    Dublin Holly Head – Belfast is the obvious rout but the other three mainland ports to Ireland could be used if traffic is heavy. If also more noise is made about Irish HGV’s should pay a heavy road tax tariff when just transiting goods to the EU using UK roads.
    As an afterthought a road tax charge on Irish goods vehicles using UK roads to speed up transit times to the EU should easily pay any subsidy to Northern Ireland hauliers to cover the extra cost of shipping. O my that would mean that southern Ireland would be paying the extra costs of northern transport.

    No that all sounds like to much common sense, politicians don’t do that.

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