as for along the 50 km length of the border on Saturday could see demonstrators carry the gulsvarta placard with the text ”no limit, no barriers.”
Brexitmotståndarna had gathered to protest at six different locations from Bridgend in the northwest to Carrickcarnon on the east coast. The reason is the concern that an EU-exit would lead to a border which, in turn, risk the peace, jobs and living conditions in the area.
"the People here are very worried, they voted to remain in the EU," said farmer John Sheridan, who is active in the organization of Border Communities Against Brexit, told Reuters.
– We feel that we will be forgotten and get a limit forced on us, continues he.
held the Border Communities Against Brexit in a gathering at the irish border. The group gathered at the village of Kiltyclogher in Ireland for a vigil with lighted candles, the same day as it was originally intended for the EU-exit would take place. Instead invited on Friday, at yet another ignominious defeat for prime minister Theresa May, who for the third time, got to see his utträdesavtal voted down in parliament.
the Border between northern Ireland and Ireland is the only part of the Uk, which will have a direct landkontakt with the EU on an exit. Every day crosses over 30,000 people to the border to get to work, and the question of how the border should be kept open after the Brexit has been a difficult nut to crack in the preparations for the exit.
Both the Uk, Ireland and EUROPE want to avoid introducing controls at the border. Ireland's minister for EU affairs, Helen McEntee, however, has said that she believes that it will be difficult to keep the border open in the event of a avtalslös Brexit.
"But we are absolutely determined to do it," she says to the irish channel RTE.
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