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Ex-IRA man says Brexit threatens economy rather than peace in Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 14 November 2017
Ex-IRA man says Brexit threatens economy rather than peace in Northern IrelandAn ex-IRA man has said Brexit have more impact on the economy rather than threatening peace in Northern Ireland.
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News video: What does Brexit mean for Irish trade?

▶ What does Brexit mean for Irish trade? 02:09

The border communities in the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland currently enjoying frictionless trade and free movement of goods and people. But, as Katie Gregory reports, that could change if any sort of border is reinstated after Brexit.

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