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As Boris Johnson Pursues Brexit, All Eyes Are on Northern Ireland

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Though he denies it, the British prime minister may well leave Northern Ireland inside the European customs union to get a withdrawal deal.
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Ireland told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday that he must make specific proposals on the future of Irish border if there is to be any hope of averting a no-deal Brexit, saying Dublin cannot not rely on simple promises. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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