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Brexit withdrawal deal must be implemented 'with rigor': EU's Barnier

Reuters Monday, 27 January 2020
The European Union will monitor the Northern Ireland elements of Britain's Brexit agreement very closely and will not allow London to re-open the deal "under the guise of implementation," the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said on Monday.
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