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Re: Brexit.
« Reply #2190 on: December 08, 2016, 05:26:32 PM »
So for example if junior wants to go to university  the Erasmus programme is open to her

Is this true? Is Erasmus based on citizenship and not residence? Can an Irish citizen in San Francisco go on Erasmus?
The UK may well stay in academic schemes though.
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« Reply #2191 on: December 08, 2016, 08:26:43 PM »
So for example if junior wants to go to university  the Erasmus programme is open to her

Is this true? Is Erasmus based on citizenship and not residence? Can an Irish citizen in San Francisco go on Erasmus?
The UK may well stay in academic schemes though.
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus

Visa free travel within Europe is another perk.
Also jobs in Euro institutions
More school/uni  exchanges
Funding for regional projects (Cornwall will really miss out)
The Irish passport will be far more welcome
« Last Edit: December 08, 2016, 08:29:20 PM by seafoid »
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« Reply #2192 on: December 08, 2016, 08:50:05 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

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« Reply #2193 on: December 08, 2016, 10:03:43 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
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« Reply #2194 on: December 09, 2016, 12:41:46 PM »
That %age figure probably on the rise!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-38251947

More than twice the number of Irish passports were issued to people in Great Britain last month than in November 2015.  The number issued to people in Northern Ireland also doubled, in the largest monthly increase since the Brexit vote.  June's result has sparked a marked rise in the number of people applying for Irish and European Union passports.  November is normally one of the quietest months of the year for passport applications.  But the total number from Northern Ireland - 4,569 - was up by more than 600 from October.  Some 6,855 people people in Great Britain applied for an Irish passport in November 2016, a significant jump from 3,133 last year.  Applications from Northern Ireland went up from 2,267 in November last year to 4,569 last month.

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« Reply #2195 on: December 09, 2016, 02:11:57 PM »
So for example if junior wants to go to university  the Erasmus programme is open to her

Is this true? Is Erasmus based on citizenship and not residence? Can an Irish citizen in San Francisco go on Erasmus?
The UK may well stay in academic schemes though.

Pretty sure Erasmus eligibility is based upon your home university rather than what type of passport you have.

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« Reply #2196 on: December 09, 2016, 03:58:57 PM »
Even if that stat is true it doesn't mean anything politically.
It means that anyone with an Irish passport benefits from  the advantages of being in the EU
So for example if junior wants to go to university  the Erasmus programme is open to her
while the poor loyalist family down the road will have to go to some uni in England which may not have funding 15 years after Brexit

An Irish passport makes a lot of sense for red white and blue Prods the way things are going.

Yes. I'd advise people to get as many passports as they are entitled to. Not only Irish or UK.

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« Reply #2197 on: December 09, 2016, 04:10:10 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?

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« Reply #2198 on: December 09, 2016, 04:15:14 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?
The UK. Started in the 1600s with settlers


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« Reply #2199 on: December 09, 2016, 06:48:17 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?
The UK. Started in the 1600s with settlers

Vikings were here long before that ffs!
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« Reply #2200 on: December 09, 2016, 06:53:08 PM »
They might but no part of Ireland is under the rule of Denmark, Norway or Sweden.
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« Reply #2201 on: December 09, 2016, 06:54:56 PM »
They might but no part of Ireland is under the rule of Denmark, Norway or Sweden.

No just Germany
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« Reply #2202 on: December 09, 2016, 06:58:57 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?
The UK. Started in the 1600s with settlers

Vikings were here long before that ffs!

All the incomers prior to the planters in the 1600s were successfully integrated
The Vikings became O'Loughlins and Loftuses
the Normans became Fitzpatricks and Kilkenny hurlers
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« Reply #2203 on: December 09, 2016, 07:16:42 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?
The UK. Started in the 1600s with settlers

Vikings were here long before that ffs!

All the incomers prior to the planters in the 1600s were successfully integrated
The Vikings became O'Loughlins and Loftuses
the Normans became Fitzpatricks and Kilkenny hurlers

So did the UK start it? Or did you just make that bit up?
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« Reply #2204 on: December 09, 2016, 07:32:34 PM »
Not sure about US but NI would qualify

The UK will not have a choice. Switz rejected free movement in 2014 and was kicked out of Erasmus.

And Irish citizens in Switz were kicked out also. NI will only qualify if there is a "deal", which of course there should be.

There will be a deal for the occupied territories. Barnier explicitly mentioned it. But England is banjaxed. Nice for a change.

The Erasmus thing is a big deal for Swiss universities.
Occupied by who?
The UK. Started in the 1600s with settlers

Vikings were here long before that ffs!

All the incomers prior to the planters in the 1600s were successfully integrated
The Vikings became O'Loughlins and Loftuses
the Normans became Fitzpatricks and Kilkenny hurlers

So did the UK start it? Or did you just make that bit up?
They needed quiet on the island to the west cos they were always fighting France for supremacy or else Spain. And they didnt want either interfering. The Spanish attacked in 1588. The natives were very cantankerous especially in Ulster. So in the early 1600s they started a plantation.  To every problem there is a solution that is neat, plausible and wrong.
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