Psamathe wrote:To me the issue is something created by (predominantly) English politicians. Carrying out the referendum result does not cause any problems over the Irish border. It is all the red lines May and her rabid supporters of brexit have created that is causing the problems.
I'd say some red lines need to fade on both sides.
But the supporters of brexit have realised this and are already fighting back hard against it
Rees-Mogg from PMQ yesterday wrote:Before [Ms May] next goes to Brussels, will she apply a new coat of paint to her red lines? Because I fear on Monday they were beginning to look a little bit pink.
Bernard Jenkin from PMQ yesterday wrote:Would [she] confirm that she is aware of the very strong enthusiasm for free trade deals with the UK from countries like Canada, Japan, the United States, Australia and even for participations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
But none of these opportunities will come our way if we remain shackled to EU regulation after we’ve left the EU.