In the latest move by loyalists in the North of Ireland who continue to target Fine Gael ministers Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney, fresh graffiti has appeared on walls in Belvoir Street area and at a commercials premises in the Newtownards Road area of Belfast according to the Belfast Telegraph.
The graffiti contained the full home addresses of both Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney.
Mr Varadkar’s name and address was written beside a loyalist mural depicting two gunmen and the words: “The prevention of the erosion of our identity is now our priority. East Belfast Battalion.”
It also features various loyalist logos, including that of the UVF.
Loyalists are not happy with having the Northern Ireland Protocol in place, cutting off Northern Ireland from the rest of the “mainland”.
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