there Should be a Brexit without an agreement, fears of the Northern Irish police riots at the border to Ireland. According to a report by to help out, therefore, almost 1000 police officers from England and Scotland.
Approximately 1000 police officers from Scotland and England are to be trained to a newspaper report, for use in Northern Ireland in the event of a hard Brexit. The Northern Irish police have asked for reinforcements, to be able to potential problems at the border with Ireland, reported the British newspaper "the Guardian". The Training should start later this month.
According to the report, the Option of a reinforcement is considered necessary, the possibility of a civil disorder. This could arise from the anxiety about the border arrangements after a hard Brexit. The training was necessary because the British-Northern Ireland, used equipment, and tactics of those distinguished in the rest of the Kingdom. The police should start later this month with the training from their regular duties would be deducted.
After a disorderly Brexit would have a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.Parliament will soon
The British Prime Minister Theresa May had agreed with the European Union on a Plan for the withdrawal of Britain from the EU. The British Parliament will vote in the third week of January. The agreement is rejected, the result will be 29. March an unregulated retirement. Thousands of rules for cross-border trade and traffic between the UK and the EU would abruptly be invalid. Border controls would have to be introduced. Especially on the border of Ireland and Northern Ireland is expected with problems because here is a EU country and a Non-EU borders of the country directly to each other.
Ireland lose by the remaining EU member States at the most, should not ratify the British Parliament the Brexit Deal. The UK is the main market for Irish food. Ireland's Minister for agriculture, Michael Creed said that to hundreds of millions of euros, the need of his country, in the case of a chaotic Brexits without an agreement for additional agricultural subsidies from Brussels. The UK should exit without an agreement from the EU, could apply for Irish exports, there are significant duties.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said that the between the UK and the EU negotiated agreement should not be broken up. In a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel had also been agreed that the British should, as far as possible, made assurances, he said on Thursday.