This morning’s RTÉ homepage.

Ah here.

Project Eagla in full effect.

Ten scenarios outlined in Operation Yellowhammer document (RTÉ)

10 thoughts on “Bullet Points

      1. Gaz

        Ah, I thought this was a post criticizing the headlines in reaction to the release of the Operation Yellowhammer papers, turns out it was just a nitpick. My apologies!

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      2. Spaghetti Hoop

        Yup, I agree. Images have effect. This one assumes a return to violence in the event of a hard Brexit and in the current political vacuum in the North. Assuming can sometimes be misread as legitimising and accepting.

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        1. Ron

          Amazing how images of those that represent the greater than 100,000 homeless in this country don’t have the same shock and awe effect

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  1. eoin

    So the Brits are worried that they can’t get the chemicals to treat water so British people can get clean drinkable water from their taps? At least that sort of stuff couldn’t happen here, no siree, we have Irish Water on the case, and even though the world’s #5 largest economy is concerned about chemical shortages, it won’t affect us here, no way Jose. And, as we all know, Irish Water is the best managed state company in Ireland, notwithstanding the fact that it has utterly polluted our waterways with poo, that it has polluted our air with the smell of poo and that drinking water contains poo.

    On a broader note, where is the Irish Yellowhammer report? Oh right “But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the Border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the Government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland”

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