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DUP's Arlene Foster gets cartoon treatment in national press coverage of Boris Johnson Brexit deal

Belfast Telegraph Friday, 18 October 2019
The DUP's opposition to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal took centre stage in Friday's papers after the government struck a deal with Brussels.
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