Conservatives propose to hold a second referendum to leave Northern Ireland in the EU customs union after Brexit.

Conservatives propose to hold a second referendum to leave Northern Ireland in the EU customs union after Brexit.
Ministers propose to introduce a visa fee for EU citizens after Brexit.
Brexit: in the case of a second referendum, the British will vote to stay in the EU.
Article 49: How will the UK be able to return to the EU after Brexit?
Such a statement was made by British politician, member of the conservative party Charles Tannock, while delivering his speech in Brussels.
Charles Tannock insists that the decision is taken solely by voters in a general referendum. In view of the fact that on the eve of Brexit the question concerning the border of Northern Ireland has not been resolved, therefore, whether to remain a country in the customs union of the EU or not, it should be accepted only by citizens.
It is worth noting that the citizens of Northern Ireland at a referendum on the withdrawal of the country from the EU unanimously voted to remain in the EU. Nevertheless, Northern Ireland withdraws from the union as an administrative and political part of the whole United Kingdom.
Now Brexit talks, especially with regard to control over the border of Northern Ireland, are “at an impasse”, as Prime Minister Teresa May insists that the whole of the UK should leave the EU customs union upon withdrawal. At the same time, both sides, both the EU and Britain, do not want to establish strict border control on the island.
The EU put forward a proposal to keep Northern Ireland in the customs union after Brexit, in order to avoid exhausting border checks in the ports of the Irish Sea. But the British government and the Democratic Union of Unionists, which in the parliament represents the interests of Northern Ireland, consider this state of affairs unacceptable.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar warned that he could veto any decision in the future on Brexit if the British government does not provide written assurance that it is not going to establish stringent controls at the border.
Mr Tannock, an opponent of the country’s exit from the EU, believes that a second referendum on this issue is the best way to make a decision in a democratic way. He also admitted that he applied for an Irish passport.

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