Brexit will lead to NI having two hard borders

Letters to Editor
Letters to Editor

Unionists of all parties and none proposing to vote to leave the EU should bear in mind that leaving the Union could result in there being two hard borders.

In addition to that running between Newry and Londonderry would be one situated at Cairnryan, Stranraer and Liverpool and at all the airports to which services fly from Belfast International and Belfast City.

As a result Northern Ireland citizens holding UK passports would be treated as foreigners in their own country.

To maintain the Union with Great Britain on its current basis, Unionists should vote to remain in the EU.

Rodney Brunt, Bangor, Co Down