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Labour Uses Leaked Document To Accuse Johnson Of Lying About Post-Brexit Customs Checks

Eurasia Review Sunday, 8 December 2019
By Benjamin Fox 

(EurActiv) — The UK’s opposition Labour party used a leaked government document to accuse Prime Minister Boris Johnson of lying about new customs checks between Northern Ireland and Britain after Brexit, as politicians traded blows ahead of the final head-to-head leaders’ debate on Friday (6...
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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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