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The British Borders Act only highlights the illogicality of having two jurisdictions on a single island

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Just when you thought the Brexit excitement had given way to the war in Ukraine and the rising cost of living, a vote in Westminster restricting the free movement of people on the island of Ireland adds a new twist to the storyline.

The UK Parliament has agreed that only Irish and UK passport holders can move back and forth across the border without being checked, while everyone else must apply for a visa waiver in advance – including for local travel. The Irish government is of course free to do nothing, but it means changes on the northern side of the border.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/uk-borders-bill-only-highlights-illogicality-of-having-two-jurisdictions-on-single-island-41484855.html The British Borders Act only highlights the illogicality of having two jurisdictions on a single island

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