Pro-Brexit Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg replied to the Republic of Ireland’s emergency arrangements by declaring it translates as: “No Deal means no hard border.”

 

 

The European Union has long manipulated and used the prospect of a so-called hard border during Brexit negotiations, the loathed back-stop as a consequence of that. Many would argue this is yet another attempt by the Euro-nationalists in Brussels to put parliament into deadlock to cause uncertainty and instability in the United Kingdom.   

 

 

People are slowly waking up to the fact that Theresa May’s British government do not want a hard border, and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s Irish government also do not want it either. 

 

 

The government of Ireland’s plan in the event of a No Deal Brexit: “In planning for the real possibility of a No Deal Brexit, the government’s approach will continue to be guided by the same priorities… The protection of the peace process and the Good Friday Agreement, including the principle of consent and there being no hard border.”

 

 

The Irish Examiner a daily Irish national newspaper analysed Leo Varadkar’s stance as:   “We are not preparing for a hard border between NI and Ireland in event of a No Deal Brexit.”

 

 

Not longer after that, the European Research Group Chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg took to Twitter to tweet: “No Deal means no hard border so no need for the backstop.” Which once again, completely and utterly contradicts what the remainer’s have been saying. 

 

 

 

 

Back in the summer, an Irish daily broadsheet newspaper The Irish Times made a report of a similar analysis of Leo Varadkar’s position: “The European Union has reassured the government that no physical checks will be needed on the border even if the UK crashes out of the bloc without a deal,”

 

 

We do not need a hard border, Theresa May’s pathetic proposals or a second referendum of the UK’s membership of the EU. We must immediately and effectively withdraw from the European Union without a deal, deliver what the people want control, Independence and sovereignty. I mean, 17.4 million Brits did vote for it!  

 

 

 

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One thought on “ERG Chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg: “No Deal means no hard border so no need for the backstop”

  1. The EU should hang their heads in shame for using the good Friday agreement as a bargaining chip to keep the UK in the EU. What a disgraceful calculating thing to do. It’s an insult to all the people who died during the troubles. May should also be ashamed for letting them do it and include this padlock of a backstop. The EU, varadkar, and the UK have no intention of installing a hard border even with no deal. So no backstop has ever been needed.

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