Yesterday saw a protest form in Cork City, calling for Ireland to leave the EU, or as it's been dubbed, an 'Irexit'.
A large crowd of people formed outside the city hall to call for Ireland to leave the EU and follow in Britain's footsteps.
— Jess Casey (@Jess_JCasey) May 9, 2017
The crowd, which included Cork County councillor Diarmuid O'Cadhla, held a public forum outside City Hall, according to Evening Echo.
They burned an EU flag outside the city hall as a clear indicator of their feelings about Ireland's EU membership.
There has been no official talk about Ireland leaving the EU.
Image credit: Jess Carey
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