Breathable Membrane on the inside

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Hi all,

Not a problem but thought i'd check for curiosity..... i've put breathable membrane on the outside of a wooden building i'm putting up and as it'll be a few weeks until i put the roof on i've put membrane all around the inside as well just for added protection but when i get around to putting the roof on do i really need to remove the "inside" membrane ? it's obviously breathable and i plan on putting plasterboard onto it anyway so would this cause a problem as such ? i know it's not needed but if it's not going to cause a problem then it's a small job in removing it that i don't need to do ?

Thanks
 
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