Irish in Britain: What do you think of the Brexit deal?

We would like to hear your views on the Brexit deal

Flags and signs left by protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, Central London. File photograph: Will Olivier/EPA

Flags and signs left by protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, Central London. File photograph: Will Olivier/EPA

 

EU and UK negotiators have agreed a final deal in Brussels that would allow the UK to leave the EU – possibly by the October 31st deadline, if ratified – more than three years after the UK voted to leave the EU. The deal would avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland, a condition set by both sides in December 2017.

Are you Irish and living in Britain? We would like to hear your views. What difference do you think the deal will make to your life? What do your friends, neighbours and colleagues think? Submit your opinions here and selection of contributions may be published on irishtimes.com.

Irish in Britain: What do you think of the Brexit deal?

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