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EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill

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EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill

EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill

If bill becomes law, UK has power to disregard part of withdrawal treaty dealing with Northern Ireland trade.


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