Fixing Brexit? Declare The North Of Ireland A Special Economic Zone


With the isolationist wing of the governing Conservative Party in Britain determined to take the country out of the European Union, and the allied ethnocentrists of the Democratic Unionist Party hoping for a fractious exit from the EU and the revival of a “hard border” to undo two decades of “soft reunification” in Ireland, optimism seems to be in short supply across the Continent. If the United Kingdom was to take a logical route to its desired version of a rapacious or “full” Brexit, it would do so by giving up the historical anomaly which is the final outpost of its first and last overseas colony. However since the UK’s rejection of Europe is partly driven by nostalgic – and entirely illogical – dreams of an empire restored, such a move looks unlikely. So the next best thing may well be the creation of a maritime “customs border”…

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