I think you've missed my point. Those agreements may have worked when the whole of Ireland was in the UK, and post-partition, but it's completely naive to think they would stand after a British exit from the EU. It wouldn't be in the Irish governemnt's interest to keep them even if the UK did.(Original post by The Roast)
I don't think you've properly read what Woden said:
"Agreements guaranteeing free movement between the Republic of Ireland and the UK have existed since long before the EU was conceived"
If you live in NI and want to cross over to EIRE, you won't have any problems.
The UK isn't seeking to close itself off from Europe as a whole, it's removing itself from the Union and taking back complete control of its laws and interests.
Remainers are blowing this all out of proportion.
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