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Johnson declines to say whether Northern Ireland will stay in EU customs union after Brexit

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he did not want to give a running commentary on Brexit talks when asked whether Northern Ireland would be leaving the EU customs union amid hopes an agreement can be found before an Oct. 31 deadline.
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