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Brexit: Uncertainty on Irish backstop leaves residents on border anxious

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Brexit: Uncertainty on Irish backstop leaves residents on border anxious

Brexit: Uncertainty on Irish backstop leaves residents on border anxious

As Brexit negotiations continue, Irish residents are wary of a future with a potential hard border.

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