DUP warns May: no Brexit deal that separates Northern Ireland from UK
Friday, 9 November 2018 () Northern Ireland's DUP has written to British Prime Minister Theresa May to say that it will not support a Brexit deal that leaves Northern Ireland separated from the rest of the United Kingdom.
The British-Irish Council holds its 31st summit meeting on the Isle of Man. It comes as Prime Minister Theresa May is accused of breaking a promise to her DUP allies over potential customs arrangements..
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