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Brexit: Irish government will pay for European health card for citizens in Northern Ireland after EU exit

Independent Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Simon Coveney says Ireland will work to ensure the 'practical benefits' of EU citizenship continue to apply to people in Northern Ireland
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