How about can?
According to The Taoiseach.
"Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. However, I am confident that, no matter what happens, the Common Travel Area will remain in place . . . The European Union has taken the view that we can continue that.”
Here's (below) some info. from today's papers based on the Cabinet Document that the Government has just released - on the impact of a "No Deal" .
You say "if we stay in the single market" which, at the moment is not on the table. I haven't been in the UK for a few months - has there been a campaign to inform people about European Travel after the 29th March -whatever happens i.e. given all the options?
People are not applying for insurance green cards or international driving permits because they assume they won’t need them.
Despite no-deal being the legal default on March 29, should the UK and EU fail to agree a deal or an extension to Article 50, about 55% of adults don’t believe crashing out to a ‘credible’ outcome.
They are, therefore, unprepared as individual citizens, the document said.
People in the UK should be starting “a number of administrative tasks” now if they are planning to travel to or deal with the EU after March, the papers state.
They add: “These range from renewing passports, to applying for a car insurance green card and International Driving Permit to drive in the EU. As of February 2019, despite a public information campaign
encouraging the public to seek out the Government’s advice on preparing for a no deal, noticeable behaviour change has not been witnessed at any significant scale.”[/I][/I]
I agree - the single market option is not on the table at the moment but if we do a deal (any deal) then we will remain in the single market for the length of the transition period (which could be extended if no final deal has been arranged). Theoretically, we could be outside the EU but in the single market forever (which is what is frightening the ERG/DUP). It may also be that during the transition period there is an outbreak of common sense and we choose, like Norway, to do a deal that means we stay in the single market. So, although it is beyond one of May's red lines, it isn't dead yet - she has already shed several red lines so anything could happen.
As for a campaign to inform people of the options - that would have been the sensible path but the government has only released info about what happens under her deal or no deal. For some reason they are reluctant to let people know that they would be better off in the single market
It’s interesting to see how forward holiday bookings are going. The threat of a Schengen visa seems to be helping non EU destinations. Brexit: Travel Industry Waiting to See if Brits will Change 2019 Holiday Plans - GTP Headlines
Dont worry if your here and need to see a doctor i know a cheap doctor here. Well he was a doctor once untill he went on the drink
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