I used to be a regular reader of AP magazine and had the odd tilt at APOY. But as time passed, I found I had less time to read hard copy printed material. In my work and personal life I do most of my reading on a screen (I have two PC's, 2 laptops, an iPad and a phone). I dropped out of APOY when it went online because it was chargeable but more importantly you could improve your odds by spending more money (more entries). But with the relatively recent rule changes and the free entry to AP subscribers I thought about giving it a go in 2020. And looked into a digital subscription. But when I saw that digital subscriptions for Irish residents were being charged TWICE the price as UK residents (if you ignore the exchange rate - give it time and there will be no difference). I just about understand the thinking (not the logic) behind Brexit. VAT differences are minor and delivery/distribution costs are equal. But this is price gouging by geo tag! Can anybody explain the reason for this (other than maybe somebody still thinks we are "thick paddys"). I will not enter APOY or subscribe to AP with this pricing policy.