Daily Mail

What’s the problem?


IF WE had politician­s who had actually bought, sold, imported or exported, there would not be any problem with trade between Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Goods going between Britain and Northern Ireland should not be an issue, because they are part of the Uk. To prevent the need for a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland, there should be no restrictio­ns on goods going either way.

Goods between Britain and the Irish Republic should not be allowed to go via Northern Ireland but must travel directly. Normal trade between the Uk and EU would apply. Is this too simple or too complicate­d to understand? DAVID RIMINGTON, Harrogate, N. Yorks.

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