1. Wide of protesters at border with signs reading "No border in Ireland" and "South Armagh rejects Brexit"
2. Closeup on young protesters holding signs
3. Pull out from fire to wide of protesters holding signs
4. Tilt up on protesters with sign reading "The North Remembers The Vote 56%"
5. Protesters with sign reading "No Border in Ireland"
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop, No Name given, Newry Resident working in Republic of Ireland:
"I'm a resident of Newry and I cross the border everyday and the fact that we are being dragged out of the European Union without our consent. We, and I specifically, voted to remain and it just doesn't matter: nobody is listening. So that's why we are here protesting."
7. Closeup on sign reading "Brexit: The fight goes on"
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Damian McGenity, Border Communities Against Brexit activist (shot starts on pan from crowd:
"Tonight, whether we like it or not, we are being dragged out of the European Union against our will. Brexit, and no form of Brexit, has any support on the island of Ireland. And this current deal, while we welcome that there won't be a hard border across this island, there are still many threats and challenges that remain. Because of our campaign, special measures ensure that there won't be border roads closed, that there won't be checks on the land border, and that those checks are where they should be, in the ports and the airports. Brexit, in any form, is bad for our citizens, our economy, and our peace process."
"If England can vote and pass an act in their English parliament to take us out of Europe against our will and despite the Good Friday Agreement, our peace agreement, they can do anything they like in the future. Our economic stability meant nothing to them, our peace agreement meant nothing to them, there is only one way that Irish citizens' rights can be assured, there is only one way back to Europe: if there is Irish unity, unified politically, culturally, economically, peacefully and with consent, and legally under the terms of that peace agreement."
12. Wide of crowd applauding
13. Man holding sign reading "Border Community Against Brexit"
People living on the Irish border protested against the UK's withdrawal from the European Union (EU) on Friday warning that a hard deal Brexit was still a threat to those living between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Northern Ireland will withdraw from the EU along with the UK, but many protesting argue that the exit contravenes the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.
The protests came as the UK formally withdrew from the EU at 11pm GMT.
Northern Ireland became a focal point of the three-year-long Brexit negotiations over fears that the reinstatement of a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland could reignite sectarian violence that plagued the island for three decades and killed thousands during 'The Troubles.'
"Tonight, whether we like it or not, we are being dragged out of the European Union against our will. Brexit, and no form of Brexit, has any support on the island of Ireland," said Damian McGenity from an organization of border residents.
The Brexit deal agreed to by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson guarantees there will be no infrastructure along the border with the Republic and keeps the small UK territory, for all intents and purposes, attached to the EU for regulations and customs.
Brexit has also reinvigorated the controversial debate over Irish unity which could see the island reunited if referendums are held in both parts of the island under the rules of the Good Friday Agreement.
Mostly Irish Republicans claim the only way for Northern Ireland to rejoin the EU is to unite with the south.
"There is only one way back to Europe: if there is Irish unity," said Andree Murphy, Ireland's Future group.