An Irish border is required by the EU

Dear Sir, — In response to your fact check with regards to the “Irish border”, I contend, in the context of the EU requirements, that EU law requires borders between member nations and non-member nations and that this, by definition, with all due respect, has nothing to do with the Good Friday Agreement.
I realise that the Good Friday Agreement, an international agreement lodged with the UN, binds the governments concerned on several points of law, but matters have changed (or they are about to change) and under European law, there must be a border.

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