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Northern Ireland could lose 40,000 jobs in no-deal Brexit

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Northern Ireland could lose 40,000 jobs in no-deal BrexitBELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's civil service has warned that a British exit from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement would have a deep and long-lasting impact on the region's economy and could cause the loss of 40,000 jobs. A so-called no-deal exit would could cut the region's...
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Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve confirmed MPs could use a vote on a Northern Ireland bill to stop a no-deal Brexit by preventing the next Prime Minister from proroguing Parliament. Mr Grieve believes a no-deal Brexit "would be uniquely damaging" to the UK, Report by Avagninag. Like us on...

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