No border in Ireland after Brexit
The British prime minister, Theresa May and the Irish government Workers Kenny have Monday in Dublin agreed that after the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union is not a real border is between Northern Ireland and Ireland.
“We want that both are not and that is not an empty phrase,” said May after the consultation.
The United Kingdom not only takes farewell of the European internal market but is also not more to the customs union. Prompt came the fear that there is between Northern Ireland (brexit) and Ireland (EU) border controls to be introduced.
That took a month for the Northern Irish parlementsverkiezing (march 2) for a crisis. Politicians even see the peace process between catholics and protestants are in danger.
May and Kenny were on Monday confident that the two countries until an agreement can come to a visible border with Europe, in Ireland to avoid.