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Brexit back in play again as UK and EU restart talks on Northern Ireland Protocol
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UK Brexit Minister David Frost offers EU 'new legal text' on Northern Ireland
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EU-UK sausage wars: Brussels prepares 'dramatic' changes to Northern Ireland protocol
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kick rugby balls while visiting Northern Ireland
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Mother who died from COVID days after giving birth 'only saw baby for 2-3 seconds'
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