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UK stance signals ill-accepted implications of the Good Friday Agreement – former UK MEP

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The outraged response with which the UK government dismissed the Commission’s proposal to keep Northern Ireland in the EU singe market and customs union, signals that the British never fully grasped the essence of the Good Friday Agreement, according to a former British MEP.


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