Senior loyalist says NI post-Brexit tensions ‘most dangerous for years’

Northern Ireland protocol should be replaced, chair of the Loyalist Communities Council tells MPs

The head of a loyalist group in Northern Ireland with links to former paramilitaries has warned of the prospect of more violence in the region, describing tensions over Brexit as “probably the most dangerous for many years”.

David Campbell, the chair of the Loyalist Communities Council, called for the Northern Ireland protocol to be replaced, echoing the words of new leader of the Democratic Unionist party, Edwin Poots, who said on Tuesday that it should be “dismantled”.

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