Why is Brexit sending so many in search of their Irish roots?

Since Britain voted to leave the EU, hundreds of thousands of British people have applied for an Irish passport.

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    The continuing chaos over Brexit is seeing record numbers of British citizens applying for Irish passports, which allow them to remain part of the European Union.

    Twenty percent of Irish passport applications came from the United Kingdom last year, that is almost 200,000 applications.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from London.


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