Was It For This?

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This afternoon.

Random Sky News Brexit vox-pop.

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36 thoughts on “Was It For This?

  1. ReproBertie

    Sasamachs speaking authoritatively from a position of ignorance as usual.

    No surrender to the ERG!

          1. Cian

            Would you support a united Ireland if the capital city was moved to Belfast?

            Would you support a united Ireland, if it meant that we went back under the mantle of the UK? (Just like we were for 700 of the last 800 years).

            The only time that there has been an all-Ireland ruler is under the Brits.

          2. paddy apathy

            Ah the 800 years thing is a nonsense, sure they only controlled the Pale and a few outposts until 1700’s. Give it a rest.

          3. realPolithicks

            “Would you support a united Ireland if the capital city was moved to Belfast?”

            Why are you even asking such a question, who in their right mind would support such a move?

      1. SB

        With optional “De-Ulster-Plantation” EU grants for any current N.I. residents who’d like to relocate again. Call it the “DUP”, perhaps.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Naturally.
      For my folks departed and family to come.
      And with substantial reparations from the UK for screwing the place up.

      (Also have a €20 bet on since 2008 with Paddy Power – UI by 2022 – can’t remember odds)

    2. Col

      I think it makes sense to have unified health, transport, communication, security and tourism sectors anyway.

    3. Starina

      It’d be a hot, expensive mess and the ultra- conservatives up there would drag ff/fg further to the right, but… Yes. Brits out.

  2. George

    How can you call the Brady amendment “the first step” ? There have been many steps before this step backwards.

  3. Jonjo

    Ah Brexit. Means so many different things to so many different people. None of it seems consistent.

  4. Pip

    We could divide and rule by setting Belfast and Cork at each other.
    (PS Cian, Theatre Royal itself faced west, so you’re (unusually) wrong about that pic).

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