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PM returns to Downing St after Brexit talks in NI

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PM returns to Downing St after Brexit talks in NI

PM returns to Downing St after Brexit talks in NI

Theresa May has arrived back to Downing Street from Northern Ireland.

She was on a two-day visit to try and reassure people that she can secure a Brexit deal that avoids the return of customs checkpoints on the Irish border.

Report by Khanomh.

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