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'There will be checks': Ireland intervenes after Boris Johnson accused of lying to voters about Brexit deal

Independent Monday, 9 December 2019
Irish government says there will clearly be checks as part of deal
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News video: Boris Johnson rubbishes Labour claims about Brexit deal customs checks

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Boris Johnson has dismissed Labour's claims that his Brexit deal would lead to customs checks between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Jeremy Corbyn said he had obtained a confidential government report which "drives a coach and horses" through the Prime Minister's claim that there will be no...

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