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is called spectrum. if you would like in the information on the crown of virus or any other science topic, you should really check out our podcast so you can get it wherever you get your podcast. you can also find us at science the worst possible choice for doctors tree arch when they have to decide which critical patients to admit to an intensive care unit. and which to turn away to most probably die. it happened in the 1st wave in back. other countries may be faced with the same situation in a 2nd wave intensive care units and nearing capacity and some health care workers are at their limits. when too many people get sick, all of once getting the right care maybe out of reach for the hospitals,
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better prepared this time. well this next belgian hospital, the c h u has reached its limit. it's transferred at least 40 patients to other hospitals within the country and abroad. the hope is that other european nations remain in a position to help out and that healthcare systems suddenly overwhelmed the start of a journey that could help safe lifes. this babson covert 900 patient is about to be transferred to a hospital in germany. 1st patient for 3 days. quite easy for us because he's never going to be to say that if so he's grieving, but we have to monitor everything. part fills the car there, forget the blood pressure in the countries and some of the patients and everything off. so that's a little bit challenging us. such a small of the 359 year old. freddy needs intensive care support with the wards filling up here and yes,
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he volunteered for transfer to munster in northwest germany because he can speak german and he gets how are you? i'm fine. thank you for sharing transferred friday worse. the breathing mask. this plastic covering this mentor, protect him, and everyone around him. belgium has become the epicenter of europe's 2nd, coronavirus space. yashin, the french speaking part of the country, has been hit especially hard. that too many sick people, not enough bats. doctors here fear, but as soon have to decide who will get treated and who won't go on the air european countries. and we normally have all they need to say should patients, we don't want to do worse than we usually do. at the moment we're still managing, but our biggest fear is that in a couple of weeks we'll no longer be able to cope to help prevent such a situation. belgium asked us germany to take over 1000 patients like freddy at the
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moment. infection rates are much lower in germany, finn here in belgium, but the situation is unpredictable and could change at any time. we have very happy that we can help at this moment in time is to have to pass it in belgium, competitive as an earring. a possibility so good that we can have known as in the senate perhaps in the future. germans have to come to belgium, fold all the question of european for the very teeth. it's good neighborhoods and it's really close cooperation in just over an hour. freddy and the crew will have arrived on the other side of the pool, which are providing some relief for the hospital here in the yash, which is now able to take in another call with 900 patients. the death toll is still rising in belgium, but there are fewer bad talk applied by covert patients than during the peak over, a week ago. you infections are rising in the u.k., but they stay constant in italy and spain and even fallen slightly in germany. and
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by a lot in france, let's bring in get moxon anesthesiologist and head of the pop out of intensive care medicine and intermediate carrot and university hospital. based on those trends, would you say europe's 2nd lockdown is starting to work? yes, i think this is fair to say because we had to do rise this in the, at the end of the week, but it's not an exponential rise anymore. so we have sort of a plateau, and we have to see the next day, but obviously be set up 1st on the grounds of the successful lockdown. and what about the hospital situation is, is europe doing a better job? it handling hospitalizations in this 2nd wife? it is more difficult this time because we have more stuff, you know, almost sickness and current seeing. but yes,
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i would say so because we are trying to be open and ready for taking any patient but also due to the other operations which are necessary as well. so it's sort of the other way around, is that not? not as bad as far as the patients situation goes, but as far as stuffing goes more of a challenge, is that what you're saying? i mean let's start with the patients. i in the immortality of our ventilator. he said jenny was 50 percent in the 1st wave. i mean, we have done a lot of research and we have now a lot of experience how to handle these patients, how to protect our stuff. so i do hope that the, the outcome of the 2nd wave, it's got to also we have some medication out xom it as oh and then daisy via, we do more anticoagulation and if hopefully less and some both us but still have very sick patients and it's very difficult to treat them and they always need
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very long time to treat. so they do ration of treatment as it's really weeks in i.c.u. . so this is very unusual when they come to triology again in europe like in back of the italy. well, i am happy to on does that for at least for germany, i do not expect that we will have the situation of tree os because we have still a couple of thousands empty beds available. we have 12 thousands emergency capacity evade ago, which is then obviously needs stuff from other parts of the hospitals. but having now this flatten current and lines, i mean i do expect that we have a lot and we have today, 3400 i.c.u. patients. every school with 19 treated in germany, i do expect more, but we will not be in the situation of 3 hours because our politicians,
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our government has done the knocked on measurements early enough. so germany is in a good position. would you say to help out other countries when it comes to taking patients? and that's where this way. i mean it's not that we have even the largest get, the city has an end. but obviously in europe we need to support it. and for an example, yeah, and also hysteria. there is that the new us yasuda and moon study has no coordination center for dutch and patients. so whenever these 2 countries need support, they go to directly to this, to our colleagues and then, and they're looking without patient bed capacities available. and these patients to these hospitals, which make sense along those border areas, of course,
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here in europe and in germany, tell us what the doctors and nurses learn the 1st time around. well, the 1st time around was quiet. and i'm using a situation because it was a new virus, a new disease. it was basically everybody was afraid to getting the vice his ourself. keeping in mind that in italy, for example, in the 1st wave around 50 percent of the head of the stuff in the hospital is infected. and so we had to learn how to protect ourselves and what are the specifics of these patients. now we are basically in a more robust and experience situation and i really our teams are doing and super job because that basically that just finished at 1st most then. and now then the middle of the 2nd one and they, so it's really tough, but they're doing a super job and treating these patients day and night 24 seventh's. and it's really
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great. it's good to hear. and also to know that hospitals themselves, a safer places, what, what do we need to do to be ready for the next pandemic? i know it's very early to ask, but what do we need to do? we've learned a lot of lessons already from this pandemic. yes, you're right, we learned a lot and we have to make sure that when the pendennis, although we still remember that we, we had to learn our lesson and bring this all into reality. so one example is that we need more stock basically fall their protection for fall and medication and trucks. we probably need in europe at least a production side of all these very important and crucial stuff. and not only a production side to end the world,
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maybe in china already. and also what we need more and more network. so i think this pandemic really did point out that we need to make more out of the potential of the digitization. so we need it, for example, in intensive care. we need national and european networks supporting each other, like we do it here with telemedicine for an example. to make it really happen that the same quality of care is basically delivered elsewhere in europe and a pox on university hospital. thank you very much for your time today. my pleasure . take care. the u.s. says its experimental vaccine is 94 and a half percent effective in preventing the new coronavirus. a late stage trial involves 30000. adults, including many high risk or elderly people in alice is based on 95 infections among
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it to spencer receive either the vaccine or seba of those only 5 infections occurred in those who receive the vaccine, which is administered in 2 shots about a month of pot. and they now hand you over to our science correspondent, eric williams has been looking into the questions you've been sending us on our you tube channel. what about long term competitions, where we seek over 1000 disabilities in the future? doctors are especially worried about the impact of heart damage in patients. sense tissue, death and storing. there is permanence and poses lifelong health issues will obviously only know the long term effects of covert 19, all survivors when much more time has passed. but there are already indicators that those effects will be significant. the doctor who treated british prime minister boris johnson last spring called the disease, this generation's polio. it's
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a sobering prediction that implies that he at least expects long term disability related to cope with 19 to brokaw ahmed and lots of other experts agree with them. i've been fizzling for any other developments on the bars. go to our web site, e, w dot com slash over 90 with one click in me out there on it's way more than my own and brags. it's a balancing act that presents enormous challenges for everyone. constant impressions from northern ireland, gracie balancing act and d.-w.
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see me tom bobby flay ok. it's incredible story of bobby walking. bomb starts december 10th on g.w. odds after briggs that northern ireland is due to remain part of the campaign. it in many ways it will still be linked to the european union. the conundrum. what does the future holds? the hopes and fears of the hound. can you tell me where they are most critical. i will show one day, i hope the soldiers come the patient up. that is starting to think big hopefully
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for it is made out of the dream. want me to become and this troubled land has just received a phone call 4 of his counsel, broken through a fence and i'm now driving free on the road conditions just got very wet. so callen bank. but just on way, you know, you tried to split them up under smaller boxes on the healthy level, on the smaller mobile search going to smaller groups. it's not from where you want to relate because it's no content. maybe the friend in trouble or feeling for his son, david got to the field ahead of him on there. somehow the latch on the gate came
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down and the council wandered off the quad bike is now david's last 10 minutes late had the many games have been rounded up. a problem he says, solved in a few weeks' time. the farm was unlikely to face much bigger challenges for which no one really has an suv right now. what's clear is that northern ireland will not stay the way it is, and just not family night have to rethink everything. and yet things are running so well right now they found is located deep in the woods in my countryside. they have 140, can also go into teaching. and his wife carol had steadily extract the fun take that one day take over the business, and they have to pass it on in top condition. that some of the shape of being
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separated off to be put with the ram from 18 to is proud of his lifestyle and the way he doubts which farm and as i was probably the only state there, that's really doing really well. you know what i mean? that's all and that's all in northern ireland. and else it's 3rd or 1800000 of our population in northern ireland. we produce enough food to feed 10000000. so we're quite proud of all of our achievement. much of the food produced cheney goes to britain or to the republic of ireland in the south. a system that's worked well. fiji is. but now britain is leaving the e.u. and so is not the man and sort of the presence will have a special status. and that complicates things. planning for the future is difficult . we saw him doing here with us in rome for next year. so he won't see the results of what he's doing today until next oberst or september. so
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you know, calvert's 3 years before you sail the big snow at a very good best national model there. follow on for even a farmer, not the decision to take a long term. so we are concerned, but as a go, somebody said worry as a wasted emotion or just get on with that. basically. it's not just the sheep you are unsure of where to go. the family and the home know of an island ahead able to function as a territory. it's the biggest change that northern ireland has faced in decades and the road ahead could be difficult. the 1st concern is that northern alliance pledge of peace is not pursued risk. and that's why it's been given a special status and will remain part of the united kingdom, but will also have access to the european single market. and that was the only way
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to avoid an international border with the republic of ireland, which remains an e.u. member. good is going to people who continue to move freely without border control, which is considered key to retaining peace on the island. but there has to be a customs border somewhere between the e.u. and britain. so a decision was taken to put it in the irish sea, effectively spitting the united kingdom into it means big changes for workers here at belfast. harbor. the latest ferry has just arrived from scotland with 2 or 3 dozen trucks on board to carry food will materials and consumer goods to see cross into buildings as one of the main supply routes within the u.k. . when john o'neill drives from scotland to bill foster, he doesn't lead to you can't even though he crosses the sea,
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it's stick crossing not an international one. you can take a load of my own. i'm going to jump on the ferry, come across. you can go, please about passing, go to the park. it's almost always so hosam just strange that scummy. so different i often joined belfast tata will be required to enforce e.u. customs rules, meaning goods coming from britain will be subject to international controls. right now, he can sometimes be out of the port in 2 minutes, but in future, he will need to show a customs declaration and his truck could be pulled over to undergo detail checks. what will be jack's? yeah, yeah. jackets, half a day's nor'easter, but the bother for half a day with no paperwork for a lawyer parked up there. not for a while. they buy a bag of like a pack. no,
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you don't need no borders in this country. you know what? that's just messed everything up from what everything that comes to northern ireland from britain will need to have papers proving that it corresponds to evacuations. and goods may even be subject to customs jussi place. all right, thank you. but i will look at the company headquarters, john o'neill's boss and the entire team a trying their best to prepare. many of their custom is getting nervous. chris slowly has 200 trucks, the transport goods, mainly throughout the u.k. and ireland. the worry here is that food producers will now move the british business out of northern ireland tool for the red tag. it's a pretty certain, you know, it's a consideration. but because we have to build a whole day of product, we have a regular shipping route. so we can be in the market,
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which is to the market very effectively, but then 10 to 12 hours. if there's the lay of the ports, the problem of a short shelf life, it's all the loose part of shelf life. there's a consideration that some of the product could move from an organ. they're a production state production site. and that will force obviously, reduction in our copy of oracle, not with a lot of fresh goods travels through northern ireland. they will now have to be declared and may be subject to terrorists. so limit fan is keen to help customers, but the paper would really, but it's a huge task storage conditions and those key issues that buy fresh product as being with a variety of all from unplanned origin. all of these goods need to be declared on entry from g.p. back into northern ireland. that could take a very detailed physical check of our product. certainly under the regulations,
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the authorities can stop the vehicle and carry out all the necessary check on each of those individual and really but could create a lot of delay and create a lot of cost. and it could create an interruption to the food supply chain. and this lettuce on the lettuce isn't a u.k. product of origin, but it's still coming into northern ireland. so we're removing a good faith in the u.k. that subject to the sea and checks us that would have come in from china since it's a logistical nightmare. the british government trust that the movement of goods would continue to be smooth and without obstacles. but staff now find themselves wading through endless complex forms on the government website. to victor and his cows. he's off to sell milk to dairy, but 1st he checks the price. roy?
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oh yes, yes. prices same price as last week is fine for victor. the theory is down south an island like nearly all the day aries carol usually does most of the milking on her own. but in the afternoons her granddaughter sometimes lend a helping hand. milk is the main source of income for the fun playing to sell around 5000 liters to a dairy every 2 days over the amount varies. very well. have what time of year if, you know? yeah, that's quiet about it. every child laborers. she might have a bit more in the morning, but night together, you know that drought quite a bit of the milk mainly goes to supermarkets in britain became milk feed k custom is. but a few days ago,
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the family realised that delivering the mail via a dairy in the republic of ireland will soon cause huge problems. so invicta urgently needs a plan b. . what concerns you most is that milk will probably be subject to the highest tariffs of more than 50 percent thought search. that's what could be added to the cost if the milk, which a guy from a dairy in the republic of ireland fact to britain. but northern ireland doesn't have the capacity to process all the milk in its dairies. can you tell me where they're mostly go into this? still in northern ireland for u.k. market. so it has to go to the tariff for completely spoiler. so that's why it's a threat. his plan b. is to switch from a dairy farm into beef cattle. he could then sell the meat directly to britain and
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directly to the republic of ireland to both those options would avoid tariffs. but he would 1st have to build up a herd of beef cattle for did to mean for me, farmers are moved from one sector $10.00 a share and we can do that. but we're very here now where we hope our farmers over the not the most 1000 or so victim battles on waiting and worrying when a little into the biggest impact of northern ireland, special status is i'm still in consumer goods. and that's because northern ireland is very close trade links with its neighbors, 3 quarters of the goods that leave this region go to britain for island. tens of thousands of jobs depend on the chinese links. one in 4 people here in manufacturing.
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but not everyone here is pessimistic o'neil's is an irish sports with manufacturer with production plants in the north and the south. but the new team is exceptionally out thinks energy direct to kieren kennedy police. the company has a bright future in the government's making. it will continue to sell to the republic of ireland and the rest of the e.u. largely without restrictions. you know, we don't want preparing tariffs or duties on crossing the border. you know, it would be more comparable. for example, if you have colonies in the u.k. . so you try export of europe itself, the great houses that is so common last comparable. so it's a 11 for in economies fear of watching a montage of viral pull us where we've exhausted after this was supposed the best of you know, both wars for us. it's almost as if he's won the lottery coming to
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see expect to continue exporting. tariff free she year, feel some stands to benefit from any future trade deals agreement by britain. he's confident, for example, that london will reach a free trade agreement with the stray. yes. if it does, he's ready to ship and read from here. hopefully, not a biblical tire free will bit over the tops of any good corn from australia, you know, so that's why i keep saying we will have the best of both wars. so we'll be able to avail of the free trade agreements that the british government are, you know, currently working on as well as a northerner protocol on remaining in the single market. and you know, it solves that cover very valid for us, and we'll take advantage of out that optimism is shared by his staff. jolene mckeon makes 400 pairs of trances a day. the developments surrounding breaks it initially has his life,
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the future army job of a job and a stamp. but i'm still quite, quite positive about it up to you until morning. things may grow one by one. so i don't think of any fears there. there's not much troubles my year or more, i think, i think i can put on, but i want to retain if he says and the open border with the south is what people here. tresham honest lives right on the border and believes things could hardly be better and that's fine because i'm actually not going to complain. when i know i'm right on the like 30 say come from i.b.m. to the republic of ireland. but i would just say isn't there for there is no one orders brought on again on the wire borders problem again, the open border with the south is also a huge bonus to have both secure and not just because it's good for business. he's a republican and it's clear he relishes the thought of a customs border with britain. i mean that those of barrels here,
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believe me where quite how and why is that? well, because it always, we want it,, we have the more separation we get from the u.k., the better. you know, our objective really, as most of us would be, have a united ireland. we would like it to be all the one place when the british shouldn't be here at all. they have no right to be here. we don't want them here. so, you know, really and fully in europe, hopefully vote for northern ireland. that's the dream. that brings us to the age old conflict, the prospect of a special status. the northern island has raised new hopes and fears. reviving old questions about identity did, 998 good friday peace agreement largely ended with the trumpets or on the wrist. the dogs in northern ireland for decades, the problems have not gone completely. cripple mcclure has worked fields to try to prevent violence. but here in belfast,
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the tensions are still very real in some areas. this is a visible border from here. as the promise that if i cross the road, follow those cars of the drive and die in the catholic area. so that's, it's a straight small street. but all the paths of a crow to overthrow the lads are going to cross to the pub attack on, you know, but i would say at the walk across, it would probably get a taxi either from here somebody walks across the think the half the day during the summer, in particular, when there are political trades, emotions can boil over, stones and molotov cocktails might be thrown into neighborhoods on the other side of the divide. well, if it's, if it's a younger crowd,
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it could be trouble. the older crowd could walk across america be found, you know, all the past part of the year here go across. like i say, july and august pay about sets a $1000000.00 over that's. that's modern. that's korea's people things. it's mainly gangs behind the violence these days. rather than political fanatics, the still the hostilities a palpable new will serve as a reminder of northern ireland's violent past. flies demonstrate in neighborhoods allegiance to british union jack introduced and even used in use. all the irish one in catholic republican neighborhoods. dividing walls run through belfast and other cities, dividing protestant areas from catholic ones intended to deter rest. after centuries of english dominance in the irish war of independence, late in 1921 to the creation of the republic of ireland. it was predominantly
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catholic only northern ireland, which was many protestant remains campaign here in the tensions continue,, jr. in new orleans, in the late 1960 s., northern ireland, exempted in secretary conflict as militant republicans for running street battles. to reunification with island protestant militants full back and the british army also intervened. militant 3000 people were killed in the northern ireland conflict. only 998 was the finally the peace agreement. now a new generation is growing up with hopes that things could be different, but others are just our normal warm up and our boxing club is not far from the invisible border that he showed just earlier. it's
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in a protestant neighborhood where loyalty to britain is especially strong. there are 50 boys who come here regularly to train and keep the same is to ensure that our day won't be the ones throwing stones and molotov cocktails. later on he believes that they could be a resurgence of violence here after the break says, the whole debate over northern ireland's identity has taken on a new significance. he doesn't think the younger generation is that interested in politics. as far as why the trouble continues, i know i would like to have an answer for it. i just don't. i just think sometimes it's the night after the kids think it's what they do when you're grown up with those films and you know, some of the roles, some of the coaches, not all that over the years when they were kids of the ones that are either thought that as though the sols, the ones and you know, but when they get involved and they get involved the box and your big friends,
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charlie clock come see it twice a week. he's not from this era, but he too lives in a protestant neighborhood. his grandfather is a passionate loyalist holding fast to the united kingdom. to the issue is ever present in northern ireland, protestants and catholics, us and them. but here at the boxing club, it's different. the sport of boxing, you can hear the drum on the road. being able to just forget about the rest of the world and just concentrate on one thing. but those goals make, for example, me about a person you feel wanted to prove to me and the work, the sport of boxing. you bring something to them. hopefully one day, a new car on your dreams or you could be gone over here right now. young people from the other side have started coming to you from catholic neighborhoods where loyalty to the republic of ireland is strong. they all
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train together and they normally practice against each other to get those the and their grid, the kids so that the relays that there's not much difference with green passing the catholics because that where we are here, we are pure and there are fears. there's a street between us and the and the very large. so the reza, lot of trouble there are. so we're trying to diffuse the trouble we started the band themselves box. once they leave the ring, i want to leave the club. you know, that's the only after hons. these are hard in the club. you know, that's not the way with you. if you are current, you're going to go to art. all right, every director feinstein is not possible at the moment because the coronavirus restrictionists, so they compete in different ways outside in the fresh air. the one who holds out the longest when i say yes,
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i think they are showing she the money there from the world which in itself. so i really wanting to do with religion for him. talk just of those people there and so on. we're going to change my view, your priority. they're losing hope. it doesn't change their view of how they see me either. you got to go to club, could have cancelled the train because it's a pandemic. but the end is not just to train, but to bring people together and break down barriers. karen kennedy doesn't want any new outbreak of violence either. but he does want to reopen the debate over possible relief occasion beguile, and he's convinced the brigs it will help bring the new and south closer together. this area is one of children's favorite places, me but never had a list of those. all northern ireland on the cross or over here as the republic of
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ireland, or a, it's all the same. there is no border in my mind. he believes that this new situation can set northern ireland on a new cool's. he's convinced having a customs border with britain, but no border controls in ireland will unleash a new dynamic. even amongst british loyalists, will change the mindset of many people. we can function for this is the way to go. again, look, we're looking forward to a shared future. we want for everybody. so we would want the us to say, let them understand that this is the best way to go. it's more prosperous for everybody on the island of ireland. but it won't be easy going. the majority in northern ireland would need to want reunification. and right now there's no sign of that. but kiran remains under tonight and is actively campaigning for a peaceful reunification. troubles are the thing of the past. you know,
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the troubles, the violence, the work, the other day we need political agreement. we need our political leaders to be joined up you know, at the end of the day, the will of the people will be people at the end of the day that decide part of the resources of both law that out of all sides another together. and i think will probably be one of the past 5 years in europe, africa do that successfully. in fact, it's his train bound because it's a controversial one. and charley could well be pulled into that controversy and any fresh conflicts. while the college, his grandfather, andrew chad, is a firm supporter of britain for the 2 senses, a new dynamic, and is keen to play it down the moment he needed a man. but the mentality of the years before the break as they need and
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now not when the, nor the royals in stereo. they fade pretty nearly cape of the window, you know? but i think the way me or 1st they put a united kingdom of whether we are friends for a new world of charlie strain is very different. right now. he's dislocated his arm while boxing. but one day he had to enter leading through stores at 17. he is now going to a sports college in a catholic neighborhood on the other side of the room, somewhat daunting. and there's a big problem because some of them is probably brought up in a war chaos war. there are millions of dollars believe in all the complex stuff. i don't have a problem,
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they can't be there for me. so there is always going to be out fear of walking in an area about other said, but i don't have a problem of how they will know me or your children on the conflict was never his conflict. and he's not interested in any new finds quite subconsciously. he completely ignores the barrier. not looking at it once he passes by it like to see belfast without dividing rules. i will show one of those just come the peace and no one has any more problems. if everyone, everyone just lives their life because role from this or so, there's no point in turn differences. it's just all big sam not far from his college. there's a catholic memorial to those killed in the troubles. not all young people think like he does. but charlie does have friends now who are catholic. his college is mixed. and that's what he wants the whole of northern ireland to everyone to
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interact freely and get on your p.c. . just all the stupid arguments it does or go just move on from and everyone should just change their mind and not have a problem with someone is just a great i fired enough of my work is going to involve them change our people free, learn the true spirit of northern ireland special status up to breaks. it has certainly set something in motion. they will be wins and loses. will the island's identity is once again up for debate? it's the one thing everyone agrees on whatever happens. they want no britain to the violence of the problems of india. one click and suddenly there's light.
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