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Judgment due in Brexit legal challenge in Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Judgment is due in a legal challenge that argued the Government’s Brexit strategy will damage the Northern Ireland peace process.
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News video: Applicants react to Brexit legal challenge dismissal

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Raymond McCord and solicitor Ciaran O’Hare react to the news that a legal challenge to Brexit on the grounds it would damage the Northern Ireland peace agreements has been dismissed. Lord Justice Bernard McCloskey, delivering his ruling at Belfast High Court, said the issues raised by three joined...

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