British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is deeply dissatisfied with the Brexit agreement in Northern Ireland, which has begun to reach dangerous levels. For nearly two weeks, the rioters have been walking around the streets of Northern Ireland towns, greeted police officers with bricks and petrol bombs, and drove burning cars to them. Most of them are young Protestants who are getting further and further away from Britain and are disadvantaged by Brexit.
This kind of turmoil is exactly what worried about during the long Brexit negotiations on the Irish border. Many people believe that Boris Johnson threw Northern Ireland under the bus terribly.Correspondent Tim de Wit said in the podcast that they are now feeling the consequences day. The rioters were basically calling on Johnson to bring them back from under that bus. But can he?
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