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DUP still opposed to Theresa May's Brexit deal, following PM's last-ditch call with Foster

Belfast Telegraph Monday, 25 March 2019
DUP still opposed to Theresa May's Brexit deal, following PM's last-ditch call with FosterTheresa May's hopes of winning DUP support for her Brexit deal have been dashed following a phone call with party leader Arlene Foster.
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