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Northern Ireland 'entering brighter times' as lockdown exit plans brought forward

Sky News Thursday, 15 April 2021
Northern Ireland 'entering brighter times' as lockdown exit plans brought forwardNorthern Ireland is "entering brighter and better times" as its lockdown exit plans have been brought forward.
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News video: 'Landmark day' for Northern Ireland as coronavirus restrictions eased

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Stormont’s leaders said Northern Ireland can look to a brighter future as they announced a sweeping range of Covid-19 lockdown relaxations.The reopening of the tourism and hospitality sectors were fast-tracked as part of a series of measures agreed by ministers on Thursday.

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