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Bomb on British-bound lorry intended for Brexit day, Northern Irish police say

Reuters Thursday, 6 February 2020
Northern Irish militants hoped a bomb they planted on a haulage lorry last week would take a ferry across the Irish Sea and explode in Britain at the time it left the European Union, police said on Thursday.
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News video: Continuity IRA blamed for botched Brexit day bomb plot on Irish Sea ferry

Continuity IRA blamed for botched Brexit day bomb plot on Irish Sea ferry 01:22

Dissident republicans planted a bomb on a lorry they believed was bound for an Irish Sea ferry with a plan to detonate it to mark Brexit, police have said. Officers have blamed the Continuity IRA for the botched terror bid last Friday night.

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