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Old 26-06-2016, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by GorBlimey View Post
No because it would be illegal to permit passage without documentation - any transport company would be put out of business if it did.

The checks would still be at the point of departure, which would totally f*ck up the tunnel and the ferries. That would not please our friends in Europe as their exports won't be getting to the UK and Ireland so easily.
While I am pursuaded by AJ's response yours is simply wrong - prior to the agreement around 80k people got to the UK to claim asylum. That reduced to 30k after the agreement.

Getting rid of the agreement would mean going back to the previous situation which patently meant more people in the UK.
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