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New Northern Irish police chief warns of detrimental Brexit impact to peace

Reuters Saturday, 13 July 2019
Northern Ireland's new police chief warned on Saturday that a hard Brexit could have a "detrimental" impact on two decades of peace in the British-run province and risk his officers becoming targets for militants.
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