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Britain won't agree Brexit deal 'at any cost' says Theresa May as Irish border issue flares again

Daily Record Tuesday, 6 November 2018
Britain won't agree Brexit deal 'at any cost' says Theresa May as Irish border issue flares againHopes of a special Brexit summit to finalise the withdrawal agreement in November appear to be receding as both sides struggle for a solution to the Northern Ireland border problem.
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