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DUP accuses Boris Johnson of breaking his word on union commitment

Belfast Telegraph Monday, 9 December 2019
Boris Johnson has been accused of breaking his word over his commitment to protect the union between Great Britain and Northern Ireland by the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party.
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