A group of UK politicians has warned of a “very significant” threat posed by a resurgent Ireland.
The joint statement from the UK Independence Party and UK Labour Party warned of an “extreme threat” posed by the threat of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).
Its release came amid reports of a spike in sectarian violence in the UK.
It comes after the death of the IRA’s former commander and a wave of violent attacks against Muslims.
The IRA is a British-registered terrorist group.
The IFP said it believed that there were “very serious questions” over the security of Britain’s borders.””
We also believe that the government has not taken any action to tackle the threat from the Irish Republic to the rest of the UK.”
The IFP said it believed that there were “very serious questions” over the security of Britain’s borders.
We believe that a return to the days of the 1950s is coming and it is our duty as a party to ensure that we are not left behind.””
The IAP is one of the most organised and dangerous organisations in the world.”
We believe that a return to the days of the 1950s is coming and it is our duty as a party to ensure that we are not left behind.
“The statement continued: “The Irish Republic is the closest country in the EU to Britain.
We need to be prepared to work together in this new era to secure the UK’s border.
“The IRA has been linked to a string of attacks and the killing of British soldiers in the past decade.
The group was outlawed in 1972 and banned in 1978 by the UK Government.
The UK is also home to around 50,000 people of Irish descent and around 3.5 million people of British nationality.
The Government said it would review the way it is dealing with the IRA.