My idea is importanct because our right to free travel across the British Isles including Eire is an ancient right which government should not interfere with. Forcing British Citizens to go through e-Borders checks to visit Eire, the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey will have constitutional implications and will interfere with the Provisions of the Good Friday agreement.
This is because it will force the people of Ulster to have to carry a passport to leave the Province. As Ulstermen can be British, Irish or both this will inflame tensions.
Common Travel Area reform is comprehensively opposed by all parties involved. The Coalition Government should be aware of this and scrap the proposals so we can keep our travel freedoms.