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Boris Johnson: Northern Ireland can enjoy bright future

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Boris Johnson: Northern Ireland can enjoy bright future

Boris Johnson: Northern Ireland can enjoy bright future

Northern Ireland can enjoy a bright future with goodwill and compromise, Boris Johnson has said.

He said healthcare would be a priority for "huge commitments" in investment coming from central government, as part of the deal to restore devolved powersharing in Belfast.


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