The border between Ireland and Northern Ireland is set to be discussed during Brexit negotiations as the UK severs ties with Brussels.
Fears have been raised that the decision to Leave the European Union could impact the Good Friday agreement, as well as lead to a hard-border.
One woman, who works in the Republic of Ireland, but lives in Northern Ireland in Derry, spoke to Channel 4 News about the difficulties a hard-border could bring.
The woman said that it was bound to change from the current system as “they want borders back”.
The Northern Irish woman targeted the Government insisting they will not solve the border issue
She added: “My 20 minutes could take an hour-and-a-half to get to work.”
The woman then rejected claims from both the UK and Irish Government's that the change would be “frictionless”
The woman also ridiculed the Government suggesting they would not be able to solve the problem's Brexit would raise.
She said: “The Government doesn’t do anything.”
Another woman who also travelled across the border to work joined in berating the Government.
She added: “Never trust what they say.”
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My 20 minutes could take an hour-and-a-half to get to work
The UK and Irish Government's have repeatedly said they do not want a return of customs posts at the border.
The EU’s draft guidelines for Brexit negotiations reiterate the need to avoid a hard-border.
The majority of voters in Northern Ireland vote to Remain in the EU referendum last June by voting 56 per cent to 44 per cent.
A farmer, who had his farms split by the Irish border warned of the issues Brexit will create.
He said: “I could operate both sides since Ireland and Britain went into Europe.
“But if Britain goes out of Europe then it goes back to how it was before.”