With its strong Eurovision roots and amazing feel good factor, an agreement has at last been reached for the Riverdance line up to form a soft border between the Irish Republic and the United Kingdom. The wall of dancers will join together along the 499 km long stretch to show that, after all of the boring Brexit negotiations, Irish customs can be fun.
Speaking from Dublin, Irish Teoiseach, Leo Varadkar said: I can’t think of a better way to get stuff moving backwards and forwards across the old border than with a few kicks, taps and a whole load of Irish fiddling.’
Any stops and checks will be performed with a range of special moves from a quick jig in the back of a truck through to more intricate maneuvers without the use of hands.
A spokesperson for the First Minister of Northern Ireland, Arlene Foster said: ‘Mrs Foster has long opposed a red line between the Irish Republic and the rest of the UK, however she’s not opposed to a nice long smiley and open line with a little bit of ginger and green.’
Meanwhile European Commissioner, Michel Barnier, has flatley refused to make any comment.