Chair of MPs’ committee hears concerns from locals about Brexit and return to violence

The consequences of Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal would be “extremely serious” for Northern Ireland, Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the foreign affairs select committee, has warned.

The committee heard concerns from people in Armagh and Belfast about a return to violence, the threat to harmonious relations on the border and anger that the Stormont assembly was still not up and running, 28 months after power sharing collapsed in the region.

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