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Boris Johnson raises Brexit stakes with Irish border stance

Seattle Times Tuesday, 16 July 2019
LONDON (AP) — The favorite to become Britain’s next prime minister, Boris Johnson, has raised the Brexit stakes by saying he will discard a contentious part of the European Union divorce deal agreed by outgoing leader Theresa May. Britain’s Parliament rejected May’s deal, in large part because of a measure designed to ensure an open […]
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