Brexit will end ferry travel without passports

Also concern at the potential disruption to the Belfast to Dublin rail service

19th June, 2016
There will be tighter security on ferry lines if Brexit goes through Pic: RollingNews.ie

The long-established practice of passport-free travel on the ferries between Ireland and Britain is set to end if there is a Brexit.

And there is also concern at the potential disruption to the Belfast to Dublin rail service if strict border controls are put in place.

Government officials are hoping that the worst of the disruption can be avoided by quickly signing an agreement with the British government to maintain the common travel area in...

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