This morning.

Speaking on Newstalk, Taoiseach Micheál Martin said:

“The intervention from Joe Biden’s administration is significant but also from my perspective, represents a lot of common sense.

“I think the US are saying ‘sort out this issue, we’re very clear from a United States perspective that the Good Friday Agreement, peace on the island is an absolute imperative and that the protocol is a contributor to that. You’ve signed up to it, adhere to it’.”

Biden intervention in NI Protocol row ‘significant’ – Taoiseach (RTÉ)

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10 thoughts on “Come On, Man

  1. goldenbrown

    not so fast
    you could read it another way
    still talking about negotiating
    but this is a deal that the Brits came up with and agreed already, no?
    what’s to negotiate?

    (sounds more like re-negotiate if you ask me)

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  2. Johnny

    If you haven’t it’s worth a…
    “…nothing can go wrong!” Boris Johnson said, jumping into the driver’s seat of a tram he was about to take for a test ride. “Nothing. Can. Go. Wrong.”
    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/07/boris-johnson-minister-of-chaos/619010/

    Martin nor FFG have no friends in Biden’s admin,Sec Labor is Marty Walsh a staunch union/labor guy from Dorchester,Chair House Ways is Richie Neal another blue collar,irish American both give FFG ‘s front the irish American fraud,fund a wide berth.

    Johnson is considered just another duplicitous opportunistic yank relocated to London,who bristles at his junior partner role to irish catholic straight shooter Joe.

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    1. Johnny

      ….after New York,I would have guessed/assumed I’d spend few years working in London.
      Now not a chance,would you relocate there?

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  3. ian-oG

    With Scotland gone possibly sooner rather than later and potentially a United Ireland on the way it will just be the Welsh and English and I’d say it would only be a matter of time before Wales want out too.

    Then it will just be England in splendid isolation, which is what they wanted.

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