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    Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland tells all Irish immigrants in the UK to vote for the UK to stay in the EU. There are around 400,000 Irish immigrants in the UK surely this could swing the overall result & is a fix with the Republic of Ireland possibly deciding the future of the UK

    http://www.irishpost.co.uk/enda-kenn...tay-in-the-eu/
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    Calling the Irish/Celts immigrants in Britain is like calling the Native Americans immigrants in America....... look up where the word Britain came from and who were the original Britons. Cause it wasn't the Anglo-Saxons.
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    (Original post by RodgertheRabbit)
    Calling the Irish/Celts immigrants in Britain is like calling the Native Americans immigrants in America....... look up where the word Britain came from and who were the original Britons. Cause it wasn't the Anglo-Saxons.
    Are you referring to the Danes? or Nords?
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    The Irish have always been a problem, the quicker we get out of a union with them the better
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    (Original post by Ace123)
    Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland tells all Irish immigrants in the UK to vote for the UK to stay in the EU. There are around 400,000 Irish immigrants in the UK surely this could swing the overall result & is a fix with the Republic of Ireland possibly deciding the future of the UK

    http://www.irishpost.co.uk/enda-kenn...tay-in-the-eu/
    The RoI isn't deciding the UK's future, merely campaigning as it is perfectly entitled to do. Nobody has to listen to Enda Kenny and I assure you there's a good number of Irish people in the UK who don't pay him the slightest bit of attention, but he's right to point out to those with Irish affinities that the UK voting out is almost certainly bad news for those back home. He didn't even go as far as to explicitly point out that the UK leaving would necessitate full border controls between Britain and Ireland, including the land border between the Republic and the north-east of Ulster, and that this could fuel sectarian tensions despite it being hugely likely to occur.
 
 
 
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