Financial Times writes:

‘Jacob Rees-Mogg you’re right. You don’t need to visit the border… you need to have lived here.’ Belfast-born actor Stephen Rea explores the real impact of Brexit and the uncertainty of the future of the Irish border in a short film written by Clare Dwyer Hogg.

Clare Dwyer Hogg?

May says Brexit talks at stand off, demands new proposals from EU (RTE)

11 thoughts on “At The Border

  1. ReproButina

    British Taoiseach blames EU for not untangling Britain’s Sasmach knot. Rinse and repeat.

    Can she seriously expect anyone to believe they EU27 haven’t explained, repeatedly, why the Chequers deal is unacceptable?

    Sasmach has become a religion. There’s no room for criticism or analysis. Just shout down the Remoaners with pithy slogans. Sasamach means Sasamach! Will of the people! They need us more than we need them!

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    1. Cú Chulainn

      That said, it smacks of role play. She has to look strong and bulldog like to get Norway lite through parliament. If you step back from the rhetoric all the key events are lined up for the deal to be struck.

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  2. Ollie Cromwell

    Jaysus,is Stephen Rea still doing that face like a bulldog licking piss off a nettle schtick ?
    He only got famous for marrying an IRA murderer.
    And then she turned on Jarry before she croaked.
    All those years emoting for all he’s worth like a boring barstool Republican and he’s still nowhere near as famous as Mrs Brown’s Boys.
    Morto.

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    1. Cú Chulainn

      Xiānshēng, nǐ néng cóng wǒ zhèlǐ mǎi yīxiē zhìzuò dé hěn zāogāo de dōngxī.. Wǒmen xiànzài juéwàngle…… Wǒmen èle..

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