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The first victim of Brexit is Belfast
"The first victim of Brexit is Belfast"

"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."

"BELFAST, Two painted gevärsmynningar on a husgavel seems to follow me with their visibility when I walk past them. As Belfast's own Mona Lisa."

"the Conflict between catholics and protestants is over since 1998, but the art work is left. This wall dedicated to the “Top gun” Stephen McKeag who murdered the highest number of catholics on the island. Among other things, the civil 26-year-old Philomena Hanna, as he shot five times in the face and one last time in the chest. The funeral was held with the coffin closed."

"the Murals to be painted quickly over with new motifs. Many from the catholic and protestant terrorgrupperna took the opportunity to take lessons in painting in the prison. When they were released they went on the walls and the walls to spread their message."

"There are many walls to choose from in just Belfast. Most were built by the british military in order to minimize the violence between the catholic and protestant areas. The largest segregated areas are separated by Fredsväggen, whose large iron gates still closed and locked at half past seven every night."

"the Trail of violence all over. Houses near the walls is covered by burliknande network to not be damaged by bricks being thrown over from the other side. The police station looks like a fort, with five-metre high walls around and twice as high rakbladsprydda fence."

the "Brexit is a cause for concern on the island. The inflamed the border between Ireland and northern Ireland is one of the major issues that need to be resolved in negotiations with the EU. Although it seems the prime minister does not have any concrete visions."

"On the bus through the city, I sit next to a woman in her fifties. She has a white page ranking with the buckle and is wearing pearl earrings and linnekavaj. She moved to Belfast during the conflict."

"– Then the town was dead. The opera was, of course, but it was not possible to go out to eat afterwards. The only restaurant in the whole city who dared to be open was a halvkasst Italian place, she sighs."

"So it is no longer. Tension and segregation are still present, but many are hopeful. Tourists who want to see the filming locations for Game of Thrones is good for the economy. In the southern part of Belfast in the lives of protestants and catholics together. Former prisoners from the opposing camp paint big walls together."

"Many want to put the conflict behind them, but the politicians in London do not hang in the turns. They make it hard to start integrated schools. Most of the walls will be demolished before 2023 stand firmly. David Davis, the hardly visited northern Ireland since he became brexitminister."

"the EU has been a community for the different sides in the conflict to agree on. A majority of northern Ireland voted to stay. Now, when they are forced out of the union against their will, is the least the british government can do is to go there and listen."

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