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DUP leader Foster says Irish 'backstop' still critical issue

Reuters Thursday, 11 April 2019
Finding a solution for the Irish border after Britain leaves the European Union remains a critical issue for Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, its leader said on Thursday after meeting the EU's Brexit negotiator in Brussels.
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Finding a solution for the Irish border after Britain leaves the European Union remains a critical issue for Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, its leader said on Thursday after meeting the EU’s Brexit negotiator in Brussels.

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