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Ireland will need no-deal Brexit checks, just not at border: minister

Reuters Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Ireland will prevent physical checks and infrastructure along its border with British-run Northern Ireland in a no-deal Brexit but will need to take "some action somewhere" to protect the EU single market, Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Tuesday.
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