You write:

The Good Friday Agreement states that there should not be any “ hard border, including any physical infrastructure or related checks and controls” between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

But I’ve looked at the full text of the Good Friday Agreement and that phrase can’t be found anywhere in it.

Please either prove me wrong or apologise.

So go on: Prove it does say that in the Good Friday Agreement.

Please address that point instead of spouting off with nonsense.

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