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Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks

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Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks

Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks

On the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, residents worry that customs on trade may again become a flashpoint for conflict.


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