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Living on Brexit's flashpoint: the Northern Ireland border


The British government is struggling over how to deal with a key sticking point of Brexit - the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. Different trade policies on either side could means border checks are needed, which would risk stoking old divisions. But supporters of Brexit are keen to have a clean break between the UK and Europe, and while a compromise has been agreed until 2021, what happens after that remains unclear.

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