We take the Telegraph because my wife likes it. It consistently prints positive practical suggestions. Today a Mr Goodall of Winchester writes,
"Sir- I fail to understand why Britain should have to produce a solution to the (NI) border issue.
The Government should tell the EU we are happy not to have any border checks. If you want to protect the integrity of your customs area then you introduce whatever type of border you want."
Answers please to T May, 10 Downing St, SW!
Mr Schultz of Bury St Edmunds ,"The outright rejection by unelected EU bureaucrats of Britain's proposals for the NI border is sickening".... and we should walk away.
Why not man the Eire side of the border with EU bureaucrats and let them find out what its like. Call it a fact finding exercise.
Mr Quinton of Eastborne writes, " The Eurocrats are far more clever than our politicians, who have been hamstrung throughout the Brexit process by their own inadequacies and blatantly pro-European civil service"
Its a bit worse than that. T May has staffed our Brexit back room team with Remainers. Its therefore scarcely surprising Brexit negotiations proceed at a glacial pace.Our Civil Service are the best foot draggers in the world!