The stage is set for our re-entry to the European Union possibly in the next two weeks.The only difference between our previous full membership and this one negotiated by Mrs May, is that from now on we will be a colony of Brussels with no vote in the Council of Ministers. In addition we will pay Brussels an annual of tribute £8 billion year over and above the fine of £39 billion Mrs May negotiated last year as a punishment for Britain having the gall to even think of leaving the criminal cartel.
The Irish question? If you stand on one of the main border crossings from France to Switzerland you will see massive streams of traffic moving each way, despite the presence of a hard border. Switzerland also has a frontier with several European states, often marked with nothing obvious to the observer. Yet you would be foolhardy to try any serious smuggling. Swiss electronic eyes are everywhere.
In comparison the Irish border apart from a few main road crossings, is a network of tiny country roads frequented by tourists, perhaps more than the odd truck load of illegal fags, the ones you smoke, and green diesel smugglers moving tax free agricultural diesel from the Republic to the North. The Irish are fond of these old Spanish Practices and a hard border would upset them, and in truth is there any need to ?
The final humiliation will be May being feted by drooling members of the Conservative Party for her ‘pluck’ in selling her country. She will then go on to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory with a 12 seat majority for Corbyn at the next election. The latter has only one question he needs answer. Will he sell arms to Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem at the same time? To neither, or only the the blood stained killers in Riyadh?