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Brexit: DUP would insist Northern Ireland chooses what EU laws to implement

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
Northern Ireland's largest political party on Friday said it would reject the imposition of EU regulations on the region under any British EU exit deal unless the local parliament was given the power to choose which laws to implement.
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