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Julian Davies
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Seems to be probably the most apt if songs for today.
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Pink Floyd's crazy double concept album, umma gumma, was released on this day, 1969
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Hey +Google +Google UK +Google Calendar ...

Now that you are unhitching Google+, do you think you could be kind enough to remove everyone I have circled's birthday from my Google calendar? It was always a stupid feature.
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Why do I still have an icon on my phone for it then? It's the little things +Google that you used to do so well, but now you don't care about.
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I posted this on 23rd January 2017.

Today, the news reported :- "Mrs May is expected to tell Parliament on Monday that the withdrawal deal with the EU is 95% complete and that "important progress has been made" - but the Irish border remains a sticking point in negotiations."

Still no closer then....
It was always pretty obvious to me that Brexit could break down peace in Northern Ireland. Britain is effectively removing the direct connection of it's EU neighbour with the rest of Europe.

In all the announcements that have been made so far regarding brexit, I have not seen anything that explains what will happen to the border between the north and south. Any border controls at all would be a violation of the Good Friday agreement but how else will the brexiteers 'regain control of their borders'?

Pound to Euro exchange rates will slash the profits of Irish exporters, whose biggest export market is the UK. Fresh trade deals between the UK and Ireland are not even on the table yet.

Obviously any further agreement's regarding both the border and trade will have to be made not just between the UK and Ireland, but with the other member states of the EU as well. 
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