18 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

  1. jeremy kyle

    So, is the idea that the North joins the Republic? or that Ireland leave the EU and join the UK?

    1. Formerly Known As @ireland.com

      I think the Brits will push NI out of the cot, when they can’t afford the luxury of placating the bigots up there.

    2. some old queen

      Interesting angle from Newton Emerson in The Times yesterday. That Scotland wants to peg itself against sterling with a new Scottish pound so where would that leave NI? Well it could try to do likewise but there is no hope of it raising the required capital reserves.

      Either way, the fact that FG who would be the most sympathetic of the southern parties to the Unionist position are now raising the United Ireland issue is quite telling. It is increasingly shaping up like an east/west German situation and Merkel in particular would relate to that.

  2. Formerly Known As @ireland.com

    Spin – staycations to boost the economy . People can’t afford to go abroad .

    As for house prices going up 10% in a month, it sounds unlikely. People not being able to afford a home is not a goo news story.

    1. Charger Salmons

      Leo has got more chance of getting a nosh off The Queen than he has of seeing a united Ireland.
      He really is as dumb as he looks.

    2. Sido

      Well indeed, there’s the money thing. – Then there’s the fact that just about everywhere around the Mediterranean could be more trouble than its worth. It’s difficult to sell Adventure Holidays.

  3. Disasta

    So, does NI cost the Brits loads? If so, why?

    Also Varadkar strikes me as someone who rarely gives his opinion when it matters most, is that someone FG want at the helm? Oh wait…Kenny…so it is exactly what they want.

    1. Disasta

      Still in moderation too….why?
      Why was in moderation in the first place?
      Is it because I am an off white colour?

  4. Miami Dolphin's Barn

    The ISPCC warn that Children as young as 6 are watching porn? I never watched porn that young but mainly because I didn’t like to see myself on camera.

  5. Ivor

    Crappy reporting from the Guardian. It confuses the single market and free trade as well as stupidly portraying stating the long-standing rules for accessing the single market as a hard line.

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