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DUP willing to back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal 'if changes carried out'

Belfast Telegraph Monday, 21 October 2019
DUP willing to back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal 'if changes carried out'Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has said he believes changes can still be made to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal to gain the DUP's support in time for the October 31 deadline.
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