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hello being said about how the frontier between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland plays into brexit is the only land crossing between the U. K. in the E. U. and many fair time to a halt border would hit businesses , but there is also growing consented to Mr here could reignite the sectarian violence of the last century decades of killing known as the troubles more recently you've had flax sickle flags protests image peaceful demonstrations became violent and so there is a fear that actually even something that might begin as a peaceful demonstration could be exploited by people who want to step up violence and %HESITATION tensions within the community an open border was a key part of the deal to end the violence some fear the return of check points could unravel that agreement , the people living here favor return to that place brexit we well know but it could go back to and on the dangers of that and it only takes a small spark like the reintroduction of whatever the board to manifest itself in UK prime minister Theresa may is back in Brussels this week in a bid to renegotiate test so called Irish back self , with only weeks ago a solution to the border issue looks as elusive as ever