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Boris Johnson accused of using abortion rights in Northern Ireland as 'bargaining chip' to get DUP to back Brexit deal

Independent Thursday, 17 October 2019
Stella Creasy claims ministers have launched new bid to restore Northern Irish government in attempt to block legalisation of abortion
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