Britain Prepares For Hard Border In Ireland, Rejecting Irish And European Pleas For Compromise


Facing the inevitable consequences of its inability – or unwillingness – to negotiate a fair Brexit deal with Brussels and Dublin, it seems that London is readying detailed plans for a future “hard border” in Ireland. According to Irish and British media reports, officials in the United Kingdom are studying a range of controversial measures which will lead to the establishment of a formal customs frontier around the UK legacy colony in the north-east of the island. A frontier which will almost certainly become a militarised one in the years ahead, given the determination of many local Irish communities to resist a return to the oppressive era of cross-border checkpoints and approved road routes under the control of the British authorities.

From the Independent newspaper in Britain:

People crossing the Irish border would have to register in advance to avoid checks and delays after Brexit under a hugely controversial plan being considered…

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