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In 1971, a parliamentary working group criticised the speed with which barricades were being put up to separate Catholic and Protestant communities in Northern Ireland. However, the Peace Walls Working Group did ‘not expect any insurmountable diffi culty in bringing together well-meaning people from both sides’, and believed that before long, the walls, gates and fences would come down…