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It's the biggest sticking point in negotiations for the UK to leave the European Union. We examine the complex history, hear from workers and businesses on either side of the Irish border and try to unravel the complex web of politics. Justin Rowlatt meets lorry drivers who work across the island of Ireland, frontier workers who live in Northern Ireland and work in the Republic, and a farmer whose land straddles the divide. Belfast-based journalist Amanda Ferguson explains why the island of Ireland is divided and why that's still a sensitive issue. The border question also threatened to topple British ...

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