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DUP's Dodds says Northern Ireland must stay in full UK customs union: Repubblica

Reuters Saturday, 12 October 2019
A mooted eleventh-hour solution to the Brexit deadlock cannot work because Northern Ireland must remain in a full United Kingdom customs union, the deputy leader of the province's key political party said on Saturday.
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