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DUP will consider backing amendment to UK PM Johnson's Brexit deal

Reuters Saturday, 19 October 2019
Boris Johnson's Northern Irish allies will consider backing an amendment which would delay any immediate decision on the British prime minister's Brexit deal when it comes before parliament on Saturday.
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